eknazara (2022-2023)

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  • State: Florida
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  • Gender: Woman
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Sheesh! It is too early; I'm only a college sophomore!

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Wednesday, August 24 2005 at 08:00 PM

I still read my profile regularly and I wanted to thank you for your kind words. Although it is kind of early, I caught the law school bug sophomore year as well. It's good to start early, but remember to enjoy college. It goes by really quickly! Best of luck with everything.

Saturday, February 16 2008 at 07:00 PM

You have something the rest of us don't - time and the chance to make great numbers and soft factors. You have two years to improve whatever GPA you have, and as you probably know, an upward trend in your last couple of years is very well looked upon. Consider Testmasters - I took their course and was very well prepared. For me the LSAT was not so much a hard test as it was a test on how fast I could think. I spent 3 months preparing on my own after the LSAT class and got a 159. GEt a test, take it under real circumstances NOW - don't wait to see where you stand - I thought I would break 160 on my first cold run and got a 146 - the earlier you know the better. It is never too early to prepare. Take logic classes if your undergrad offers them. The more familier you are with the LSAT and the more times you have taken it before the real time the better off you will be. Don't make any of the mistakes many of us made. Stay on the ball, and good luck. Hopefully, you will end up at a top school making top bucks. Good luck to you! Sorry if I sound preachy, I just want to give all the advice I wish I had gotten and followed several years ago - good luck!