SweetTort wrote:dm1683 wrote:SweetTort wrote:I like how this thread is just people who have already taken the LSAT. lol
Here ya go, your first first taker.
I really wish I could study as much as this guide demands but my semester is unexpectedly grueling in terms of the volume of work I have. I have a paper, a midterm and an in-class presentation next week, all in one class.
I keep telling myself to ease up and let myself get a B or two this semester..."it doesn't matter, it won't affect your GPA that much, a 3.95 is still basically a 4.0" but then the aspie in me takes over LOL.
Or just take over the summer! The LSAT is more important the all of your undergrad courses combined.
True. But I'm still taking it in June. I will retake in September if I'm not happy with my score, and postpone applications for a year if I'm not happy with that score. I'm not shooting for Yale so I doubt retakes will hurt my chances.