Should I take Lsat course if I am having trouble with LR???

skhudda
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Should I take Lsat course if I am having trouble with LR???

Postby skhudda » Wed Sep 29, 2010 12:21 pm

I have been studying for lsat for months but still get somwhere 6-12 wrong in each LR part. I dont have any trouble doing the games or reading part. I have tried every thing but my LR wont go up... :( . I would like to know what should i do? should i take lsat prep course? if so which one?? I just dont want to spend lot of money.:)

Secondly, I want to know how hard would it be for me to get into law school with 2.51 gpa( I want apply either baylor or smu). I have reason for such a low gpa. ( my mom been sick since 2002. She had couple of storke, a brain surgery. she is paralized and i am the only supporter of her. I dont have father or any family member. I worked two jobs right out of high school until 2007. i graduated with 3.1 gpa in finance in 2008. Basically my first two years were a big mess but because of my last 2 years i pulled my gpa to 3.1.

JJDancer
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Re: Should I take Lsat course if I am having trouble with LR???

Postby JJDancer » Wed Sep 29, 2010 7:50 pm

Buy the Logical Reasoning Bible. Prep courses will cover all 3 sections and run 1000-1500 bucks.

Or get a really good LSAT tutor that charges $40/hour or less (depends where you live) and you can get 10 sessions for 400 bucks and just focus on LR with the tutor.




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