togepi wrote:I'm taking the June LSAT in South Korea on the 24th and was planning on:
1.) Review the latest released LSAT with the correct answers and explanations for everything to get the brain moving.
2.) Planning to get there two hours early and spend the interim revewing
3.) Chain smoking cigarettes and have moments of doubt where I'm wearing a Cooley tshirt
4.) Besides the required, an extra pack of cigarettes
I have a friend taking it in Souther Korea too. Any good LSAT tutors there? If I move there with a 178-180 will I just make bank?
That's awesome. I met one randomly at the bar who decided to be a tutor and not go to UT. I think he said he scored a 176. If you move here soon and prep me for October after I bomb the June I'll pay you in cash and prostitutes. Honestly I'm not sure how well you'd do. Being a lawyer in Korea is pretty tough, as they only allow a certain number of new lawyers to be branded each year (the US should take notes...) but I mean there are a decent number of expats, but I haven't met any yet with any inclinations towards law school.
People in the US take the test almost two weeks earlier don't they?