February or December?

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February or December?

Postby Cowboy8 » Thu Nov 01, 2012 10:52 pm

Been lurking here since October 6th. Approximately 4PM.

I took the Oct LSAT and got owned by Zones like many of you. I can see where I need to improve, but I just don't know how much I have lost in the month of not studying/being a real person.

My question is should I gun for Dec or put in the long haul with Feb?

I am in no rush to get to law school immediately, and am contemplating a joint degree. Under what circumstances would it be better to go for Dec or February?

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Re: February or December?

Postby 2x2Matrix » Fri Nov 02, 2012 12:09 am

Same situation as you. Registered for Oct kind of on a whim after my internship to see how I could do. In no rush to have a score since I'll be working for 2 years first. Ended up cancelling as I felt the score wouldn't reflect my full potential, and l have the time flexibility. Haven't studied since test day and have been enjoying my senior year.

I decided to retake in Feb as I didn't want to sacrifice the rest of this semester to studying after already sacrificing the end of my summer and first month of it. Feb would also give me the holiday break, which is a nice extended period where you can invest a higher number of hr/week.


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Re: February or December?

Postby JEDyessir » Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:44 pm

I'd like to bump this thread

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