Changing LSAT date twice

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Changing LSAT date twice

Postby HarveyBirdman » Fri Jul 29, 2011 8:55 pm

So I've basically paid for this damn test twice now. I originally registered for the June 2011 one, then when I realized I'd have no time at all to study for it, I pushed it back to October. The other day I realized there's no way that was going to happen with school and now a new job, so since I graduate in December I moved it to February. I feel like a pragmatic coward. But I'm not going straight into law school after college so I realized there was no reason for me to be juggling school, work, and LSAT studying all at the same time. I should've never signed up for the June one to begin with, but ehh. Anyone else done this?


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Re: Changing LSAT date twice

Postby anela00 » Sat Jul 30, 2011 7:42 am

Yep...I've done it way more. Originally planned to take it during October 2008, didn't have enough time to study so I pushed it back to December 2008, once again didn't have enough time to study so I pushed it back to February 2009...didn't have enough time to study so I just gave up for the time being. My original intent was to get it over with, even though I didn't plan on applying right after graduation.

Fast forward 3 years later and here I am, devoting most of my summer to studying. But I realized last week there's no way I'm going to be ready for the October test since I won't get a lot of studying in once I start my new job, so I have pushed it back yet again to December.

I have forked over so much money to LSAC it makes me want to cry.


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Re: Changing LSAT date twice

Postby media2law » Sat Jul 30, 2011 9:33 pm

I know the feeling. :oops: I have changed it again from Dec. to Feb. but I will be taking it unless a blizzard gets in my way. If Feb. doesn't work out due to the weather, June 2012 is another option. :wink:

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