My last two practice tests have been a 164 & 165. My diagnostic a month ago was a 151 and I definitely can still improve in some areas (RC), but I don't know whether I should wait until October and take it then or just get it over with now. I'm shooting to get admitted at UT, (3.56-3.8, 165-170), and my current GPA is a 3.51; however, I do have an excellent resume and am a Texas resident, but i'm not really sure how much that'll help.
Also, my biggest concern with taking the October LSAT is that I start a full-time internship in a week that'll last the entire summer and when school starts back up again i'll be busy with classes and extracurriculars/part-time job. Don't know whether I can increase to a 168ish considering that i'll probably only have ~2 hours a day to study. Any advice/recommendations is greatly appreciated.
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Yeah, probably, if you have never scored in the range you want to score. Though if you think you can tomorrow I'd try.
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With a below median GPA, you are gonna need a median LSAT to have a decent chance. I think thats a 167. If I were you, I would cancel, take in Oct, retake in Dec if necessary, and reretake June 2013 if your cycle doesnt go well.
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