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  1. Destroythelsat

    LSAT and Mental Health

    Hmm, Let's see. Some questions to ask - Do I have enough time to study in a healthy manner before the exam? Is this going to impact my school (which can be finished and the lsat can be taken on a later day) ? Am I trying to force something ? You have lots of time and options- your brain is telling you , you don't . You can take/retake/post pone... law school isn't going anywhere this is the mindset we should approach it with. You're talking to someone that was advised to take a gap year and is taking one currently- it does require motivation to study but I like this sooooo much better then rushing and messing up my CGPA. I think you know the answer . Sending you clarity.
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    LSAT and Mental Health

    I've just reconnected with my 7sage pals and also plan on being more active on the forums as it has helped me as well with my own accountability. Thank you for the feedback
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    LSAT and Mental Health

    Yes- I'm with the 7sage one- I didn't realise until recently that I haven't been myself. I normally participate a lot in the groups.
  4. Destroythelsat

    LSAT and Mental Health

    LOL... nope not pregnancy. Just work changes /personal stuff. It's been rewarding but challenging.
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    LSAT and Mental Health

    That is a wonderful and detailed response. Yeah life tends to just happen eh. We just have to learn to go with the flow; I've been trying to move more into that mindset. And yes I agree we all have good and bad days. Your response will help tons of people. I've had some good/bad recent life changes so I'm trying to accommodate the lsat/applications with that going on as well.
  6. Hey Everyone I hope you all are well. This question is posed to those that had a longish journey getting into law school- taking the lsat/getting a good score is taking longer than I planned. (For personal /other reasons). I've been feeling unmotivated since I've been studying off and on for awhile - and since I've finished up with my tutor and taken the July exam. How do you find the light at the end of the tunnel ? What mental health self care have worked for you when studying for the lsat/applying to law school ?
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    Can't get out of 148 range.

    Hey- send me a direct message I can go over strategy with you.
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    NOV LSAT ... do they look at it ? UOttawa/uwin

    Thank you for the feedback everyone
  9. Hello Everyone, it is my understanding from both speaking to the reps and the uwindsor website ( not sure about Uottawa as they were ambiguous) that they do accept the November lsat score. That being said if you took the lsat at an earlier date (july) can they disregard the fact that you are registered for the Nov exam ( scores don't get released until December) and reject you based on your past score ? Looking for people's experiences in this situation ....
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    What do you study to get the most out of your study time?

    There's a book I picked up ages ago for undergrad that I found helpful- study smarter not harder by kevin paul
  11. I'm of this mindset as well... can't beat a dead horse right ? I think there needs to be a point where you have to decide whether or not retaking for the 5th time ( hypothetical) is going to up your score based on previous performance trends. (time/money/effort needs to be well spent)
  12. The main reason is because in the states they give out MUCH more in money from my understanding for high LSAT scores (more number based from what I've seen) and there is more emphasis on ranking. Some of the people that frequent the forums/post often are aiming for 160 plus range ( 7sage forums).
  13. I think it really depends on the person and what they start off with/ target score. That being said I also supplemented 7sage with the lsat trainer (for LR only) . Most people study anywhere from a few months to 6 months ( depending on the time they can put in and other factors). So it can be based on ; natural abilty quality of time spent studying (more pts doesn't correlate with a higher score if you aren't blind reveiwing/looking at areas of weakness) . target vs diagnostic score
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    Fee's in USD?

    It was definitely less ... can't say exactly how much. But you also have to account for the usd to cad conversion, which really impacted the total amount.
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    Old LR vs Current

    Hmm.. yes LR has remained the same to some extent BUT ... if you pull up any forum from 7sage talking about LR you'll see that most people dipped once they started touching the material in the 70 plus. I caution against using the older pts for lr score indication other then practice. I def recommend people get exposure to the newer material before writing.
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