First practice LSAT 169- what now?

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premedpr
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First practice LSAT 169- what now?

Postby premedpr » Mon Oct 07, 2013 5:16 pm

I just took my first LSAT practice test (official # 7 I believe), and scored a 169.

I am majoring in biology, so my GPA isn't great (3.34), and I would love to just kill the LSAT. Any advice would be great, especially about the best self-study materials for popping my score up into the 170s.

I am sitting for the exam in December.

Thanks!

jaysan150
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Re: First practice LSAT 169- what now?

Postby jaysan150 » Mon Oct 07, 2013 5:33 pm

Do more tests to get 170 +
I suggest power score bibles

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Re: First practice LSAT 169- what now?

Postby midwest17 » Mon Oct 07, 2013 7:20 pm

This would probably be better in the LSAT forum.

What was your section breakdown? It's hard to give study advice without that. Do know, though, that if you had a 169 as your diagnostic (and you were strict about timing, not taking breaks, etc) then you're in great shape to get a really good score if you put a lot of effort into studying for the next two months.

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Re: First practice LSAT 169- what now?

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Re: First practice LSAT 169- what now?

Postby lmsf » Thu Oct 17, 2013 4:02 am

Since you're still in undergrad, see if you can bump that GPA up too (take extra CC classes at schools offering A+s, just do it before you graduate or it won't count). Yes, LSAT matters more than GPA, but no reason to be a splitter unless you have to (aka, it's too late because you've graduated).

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Re: First practice LSAT 169- what now?

Postby serdog » Thu Oct 17, 2013 5:25 am

also try a newer test but regradless you are at a good start




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