windycity wrote:TTTennis wrote:windycity wrote:
i know someone who worked 40+ hours a week, had a parent in the hospital, and was going to night school for a grad program while studying for the lsat. they busted their ass and averaged 3 full timed lsats every week for a few months prior to the test - and raised their score from 150 to 168. it's possible.
I know someone who studied for a week just so that she would be familiar with the format of the test and scored a 170+. Who cares? Of course it is possible. Anything is possible. This has no relevance for the OP, because it didn't happen to the OP.
Regardless, OP study harder. I jumped 17 points with a basic Kaplan course and those only last for a month. Get to work
Wait, what? Seriously? The OP started at 150. The OP is working full-time. The OP is dealing with a parent in the hospital. I thought the OP would appreciate knowing he/she isn't alone, and that despite seemingly overwhelming obstacles, hope is not lost. Why the hostility?
I don't think she meant the hostility! I think she was just offering another viewpoint. I appreciated both of your posts