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Re: Feb to soon?

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Re: Feb to soon?

Postby NonTradLawHopeful » Tue Jan 20, 2015 10:06 am

You could always take it as a practice run, cancel, and then take it in June. At the very least you would have a good feel for test day.

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Re: Feb to soon?

Postby nlee10 » Tue Jan 20, 2015 11:32 am

NonTradLawHopeful wrote:You could always take it as a practice run, cancel, and then take it in June. At the very least you would have a good feel for test day.

I would not recommend taking an actual LSAT as a practice run. Had I done that this past December, I'm pretty sure I would've had a low score on my report.

OP, take it whenever you're ready. Technically you can still withdraw and it won't show on your records. The only cost is that there are no refunds and have to repay to sign up for June/OCt.

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Re: Feb to soon?

Postby Smallville » Tue Jan 20, 2015 11:38 am

nlee10 wrote:
NonTradLawHopeful wrote:You could always take it as a practice run, cancel, and then take it in June. At the very least you would have a good feel for test day.

I would not recommend taking an actual LSAT as a practice run. Had I done that this past December, I'm pretty sure I would've had a low score on my report.

OP, take it whenever you're ready. Technically you can still withdraw and it won't show on your records. The only cost is that there are no refunds and have to repay to sign up for June/OCt.

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Re: Feb to soon?

Postby Clemenceau » Tue Jan 20, 2015 11:46 am

I thought the PTs in the 50s were fairly tricky, though that was also probably when I was the most burnt out. I wouldn't bank on the lsat you see on test day being any easier than the tests in the 50s, because it just won't be.

This close to test day, you should really only be using the most recent PTs (65-74 or whatever the numbers are).

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Re: Feb to soon?

Postby Lying Lawyer » Tue Jan 20, 2015 3:59 pm

You can cancel up to 3 days out. Just know that by now any cancellation will result in you forfeiting your money.




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