June LSAT worth it?

Smicikl2
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June LSAT worth it?

Postby Smicikl2 » Sat Jan 13, 2018 12:56 pm

Hi guys-

I took the September 2016 LSAT my senior year in college (prepped for a few weeks before the exam) as a back up in case I didn’t get a job. I got a job at a large bank and I currently work there. I plan on taking the June LSAT and apply to law schools for fall 2019...

I missed the following in 2016:
LR 1: -4
L2 2: -4
RC: -8
LG: -9

Do you think there is a realistic chance of increasing my LSAT given I take the blueprint course and work hard? I have a 3.96 GPA and work experience, so I feel like the only thing that would hold my application back is my LSAT. But I don’t want to put in so many hours of prep if your score is your score, with or without prep.

Please let me know your thoughts on if It’s worth a retake as I have decided law School is the path I’d like to take after my analyst stint at the bank I work for...

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Delano
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Re: June LSAT worth it?

Postby Delano » Sat Jan 13, 2018 1:44 pm

Yes.

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Chaimthegreat
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Re: June LSAT worth it?

Postby Chaimthegreat » Sat Jan 13, 2018 1:53 pm

Delano wrote:Yes.


Yes, probably.

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Re: June LSAT worth it?

Postby olympia » Sat Jan 13, 2018 2:48 pm

Smicikl2 wrote:as I have decided law School is the path I’d like to take

Why did you capitalize the “s” in “School”? I’m always interested in random capitalizations.

(And, yes, go for it.)

Smicikl2
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Re: June LSAT worth it?

Postby Smicikl2 » Sat Jan 13, 2018 2:56 pm

olympia wrote:
Smicikl2 wrote:as I have decided law School is the path I’d like to take

Why did you capitalize the “s” in “School”? I’m always interested in random capitalizations.

(And, yes, go for it.)



To be candid, it was a typo cause I’m on my iPhone. Not intentional. Thanks for the motivation though! Guess I’ll join the June study thread.

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olympia
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Re: June LSAT worth it?

Postby olympia » Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:03 pm

Smicikl2 wrote:
olympia wrote:
Smicikl2 wrote:as I have decided law School is the path I’d like to take

Why did you capitalize the “s” in “School”? I’m always interested in random capitalizations.

(And, yes, go for it.)



To be candid, it was a typo cause I’m on my iPhone. Not intentional. Thanks for the motivation though! Guess I’ll join the June study thread.

Awesome! I’m taking the June test as well and I work full-time. We can do this!

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Re: June LSAT worth it?

Postby Smicikl2 » Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:12 pm

olympia wrote:
Smicikl2 wrote:
olympia wrote:
Smicikl2 wrote:as I have decided law School is the path I’d like to take

Why did you capitalize the “s” in “School”? I’m always interested in random capitalizations.

(And, yes, go for it.)



To be candid, it was a typo cause I’m on my iPhone. Not intentional. Thanks for the motivation though! Guess I’ll join the June study thread.

Awesome! I’m taking the June test as well and I work full-time. We can do this!


Let’s do it! Than goodness the Chicago banking world is a little less intense than New York!

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olympia
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Re: June LSAT worth it?

Postby olympia » Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:20 pm

Smicikl2 wrote:
olympia wrote:
Smicikl2 wrote:
olympia wrote:
Smicikl2 wrote:as I have decided law School is the path I’d like to take

Why did you capitalize the “s” in “School”? I’m always interested in random capitalizations.

(And, yes, go for it.)



To be candid, it was a typo cause I’m on my iPhone. Not intentional. Thanks for the motivation though! Guess I’ll join the June study thread.

Awesome! I’m taking the June test as well and I work full-time. We can do this!


Let’s do it! Than goodness the Chicago banking world is a little less intense than New York!

Join us in the June thread: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=284088

I have no doubt that you can get a higher LSAT score.




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