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ggibelli wrote:Retook my 151 and happy with the 10 pt jump. From the Philadelphia area but not necessarily committed to staying and open to other regions. Will have 1.5 years WE at time of matriculation. Any thoughts would be appreciated.. so far my list looks like:
Widener-DE-in with $
Chances at $$ ? Where should I be reaching?
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CanadianWolf wrote:Although a bit off-topic, your thread might generate more comments if you share how you prepared for your second LSAT sitting. Congratulations.
Well for my first sitting of the LSAT i was in undergrad - my senior year. i studied on and off for about 4 weeks before the test and really didnt devote the time the lsat really deserves. i was going to go to my local lawschool (Widener) but decided during the summer to work for a year and retake the LSAT while studying as hard as i could. I took the Velocity LSAT comprehensive course and improved dramatically from where i started. I wouldve even scored higher but just couldnt focus on my fifth section (RC) and went -10. RC definietly has always been my weakest area of the LSAT but im happy with my score and the schools it may be able to get me. Mainly Temple and Maryland are my two big reaches. Being local and having a desire to practice in the DE/Philly/Baltimore area i'm looking for either a lot of $ at Widener or acceptance to Temple or Maryland.
Anyways hope this helps!
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