Miracle wrote: eliztudorr wrote:
just posting to give you guys some cheers!! took my last LSAT last oct and threw out all my books the day of
im currently waiting for my decisions from LS so im over at the other threads.
im sure all of you are doing great!! because you guys are working your ass off. with that said, sometimes you are going to feel like shit because this test really ain't easy. but don't let it get you down too long. a friend said this to me the week before my test and it really helped me get through the test without a panic attack (i had to cancel my score before the oct one because i had a panic attack during the 4th section and that happened to be counted)
she said, "it took a lot of courage for you to decide on this path and you took it. there's only 2 outcomes to this: first, things work out the way you thought it would be. great. you go through with it. or, things didn't go the way you thought. but that doesn't mean its a bad thing. it just means you get another chance to figure out what you want to do."
so guys, it doesn't matter what happens. the outcomes are both positive.
work hard! and good luck! take necessary breaks and eat plenty.
What if you don't need another chance to figure out what you want to do, because you already know?
i think you are reading my post with a negative vibe. im just trying to say either way, things will work out. so don't worry so much right now. if things turned out the way you want it to, good for you. if it didn't, some ppl may just soak in despair. those are the people im directing my msg to: you just need another way, plan to get to where you wanna be. it may be a retake, or a career change, or you go through with your score and become a successful lawyer in a different way. my point is, life will work out. so don't give up now. don't get bugged down now. have courage and know, if at any point from now to the end of your test, you feel like you shit, stick it out. because when you walk out that test center, you start a new page: the next step.
good luck!! im speaking from my personal experience. you will look back and say, its over. i made it.
and be proud despite what score you got. you deserve to be proud. because you tried and you worked through it.