So if this is my first time taking the LSAT, and I intend

Oscar85
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So if this is my first time taking the LSAT, and I intend

Postby Oscar85 » Fri Jul 06, 2012 5:35 pm

to go to a T14, I shouldn't register for the December 2012 LSAT since it would be somewhat late in the cycle? I have a voucher for two tests, and I am obivously using my first one for October. Would it be prudent to sit out until June?

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Re: So if this is my first time taking the LSAT, and I intend

Postby alwayssunnyinfl » Fri Jul 06, 2012 5:39 pm

Oscar85 wrote:to go to a T14, I shouldn't register for the December 2012 LSAT since it would be somewhat late in the cycle? I have a voucher for two tests, and I am obivously using my first one for October. Would it be prudent to sit out until June?

I am confused by your logic.

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Re: So if this is my first time taking the LSAT, and I intend

Postby Icculus » Fri Jul 06, 2012 5:44 pm

alwayssunnyinfl wrote:
Oscar85 wrote:to go to a T14, I shouldn't register for the December 2012 LSAT since it would be somewhat late in the cycle? I have a voucher for two tests, and I am obivously using my first one for October. Would it be prudent to sit out until June?

I am confused by your logic.


+1. Why would waiting until June be the best idea? If you take in December you can apply late in the cycle and if you don't snag a T14 then just reapply the next cycle.

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Re: So if this is my first time taking the LSAT, and I intend

Postby alwayssunnyinfl » Fri Jul 06, 2012 5:47 pm

Icculus wrote:
alwayssunnyinfl wrote:
Oscar85 wrote:to go to a T14, I shouldn't register for the December 2012 LSAT since it would be somewhat late in the cycle? I have a voucher for two tests, and I am obivously using my first one for October. Would it be prudent to sit out until June?

I am confused by your logic.


+1. Why would waiting until June be the best idea? If you take in December you can apply late in the cycle and if you don't snag a T14 then just reapply the next cycle.

I think maybe he's saying if he underperforms in October? If that's the case, I think the best choice is almost always to wait. Just chill out, study and rock out October and you won't have a problem.

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Re: So if this is my first time taking the LSAT, and I intend

Postby JohnV » Sun Jul 08, 2012 2:35 am

I plan to take October, lightly study for the next few weeks while working on my PS the next 3 weeks until scores come out, and then deciding if I need to take in December. If both of those bust, I plan on shelling out the cash for the June test. I (hopefully, still have yet to send in the paper work but should be able to get it) will be using the vouchers as well but I think given how much time there is between December and June, I could get the money for the 3rd test.




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