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When reviewing the LR questions that I get wrong, I understand why my answer is wrong and why the correct answer is the best choice. I figured that if I improve by 4-6 questions for each LR section, I should get around my target score. If I don't see this improvement of 4-6 in the next two weeks then I will likely postpone since I probably will score less than 160. Are my expectations unreal with only a few weeks left?
I am applying very late to some schools while I already have some applications in and are pending until my Feb score. I really do not want to put off law school for another cycle. Considering that this is my final test for a while, is this LSAT suicide to not postpone until June?
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i would delay until june and apply for the year after. then again if you are committed to taking the test for rolling admissions next year, remember that taking it 3 times is alot worse than taking it twice.. if you mess up on this and get rejected with 2 bad scores instead of one, then you will be severely disadvantaged.
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