I think I know what the answer to my question will be.
I had been PTing around a 162-164 and was secretly hoping I'd score a 165. However, I was really disappointed by my 158. I took a Kaplan class and my diagnostic was a 147. I studied not nearly as hard as I should have January-April and then kicked into high gear in May. Now there are three months til the October LSAT and I am considering retaking. I am a Virginia resident and I wanted to apply to UVA ED, but theres almost no chance I could get in with my current numbers. Also considering schools like UNC, AU, UMD, Fordham, GW, etc. Should I retake?
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Teoeo wrote:Yes + Use Powerscore books
Powerscore books were instrumental to my success on the LSAT. Highly recommend the bible books.
My first practice test I ever took was a 160... after the bibles I was consistently scoring 170+