(My current GPA is 3.92 and my aim for LSAT is around 173. I've tried some sections from PT and I think my starting point is kind of above average.)
Thanks for your help in advance!
For me, I think the ideal time to take LSAT is June/July 2019 and I'll probably start preparing from Jan 2019. Is that a little bit late? I plan to devote my winter break after Christmas and whole spring break (2 full weeks), in addition to the time from mid-May to the exam time.
I'm just wondering that is that possible to devote a lot of time (8-10 hours) to preparing LSAT every week throughout the semester when you have full course-load (4-5 courses). I've heard that LSAT is more important than GPA in the law school application, so is it a better choice to devote more time to LSAT and lose my GPA a little bit?
Say I don't do well in June/July 2019 and I'll retake in September/October 2019, is it a better choice for me to study full time for LSAT throughout the summer or I can do an internship (part time/full time) at the same time? In addition, I also plan to write a honor thesis, so I'll probably need to do some research/reading in the summer as well.[/list]
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