itsfine wrote:gdane5 wrote:itsfine wrote:Yeah man, its a dog fight studying for that lsat. Last prep test, he landed a jab, you cant start crying now, get back in there and start swinging. dont panic, stick to your game plan.
Terrible analogy overall. Just terrible...
but seriously, what i meant by that was that you will have your ups and downs, and you gotta stick with it. dont let a bad pt mess up you up, especially when you still have lots of time. when i was studying i would have to fight from getting discouraged over a bad grade, you need to remember that your scores from test to test arent as important as your scores from month to month, you are looking to get better at the lsat ON AVERAGE, not so much for every test...perfectly progressing score-wise simply wont happen for many people...stick to it. if you knew what i meant from my first post, sorry, some people obviously didnt. its a dog fight, meaning its rough, stick to it. youll be fine, hard work pays off.
sorry for lack of punctuation and capitalization, one handed this one.