magickware wrote:crestor wrote:magickware wrote:How long have you been studying?
You have no right to question your intelligence/capability until you've studied for a year or more, and that with proper methods proven by hundreds of others instead of using poor ones.
Read these guides-
http://top-law-schools.com/forums/viewt ... 6&t=212294
http://top-law-schools.com/forums/viewt ... 6&t=195603
Understand what the goal behind those two guides are (mastery through repetition and genuine review) instead of just copying it verbatim, and I cannot imagine anyone getting lower than a 165.
165 is top 5% of test-takers. Anyone... Everyone has a ceiling.
And I argued that most people never reach their ceiling for one reason or another.
Did you study for a while with methods that people saw work for them and with some bit of guidance, such as the free 7sage guides/BP Shinners here/MLSAT's forums? If you did those and got a 165, then that's probably your ceiling.
If you haven't, then you don't know where your ceiling is at.Blueberrypie wrote:Okay I see what you guys are saying...wait a cycle...but to me that sounds so scary. My family is expecting law school straight from undergrad. I think I will disappoint them so much... Also does that look bad when a student takes a year or waits months after undergrad graduation to apply for law school?
LSAT score>A gap year or two/your parents being disappointed.
I just started studying with reputable methods this August... August 1st to be exact. I had studied with other methods at the beginning of the summer and brands that aren't as reputable here on TLS.. BP logic games book is wonderful! It helped with LG like no other but I still struggle.