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  1. Most definitely NOT, I was always running on empty - finding it extremely hard to find time for all of my responsibilities
  2. I feel you 110%! Between working full time and studying my sleep was awful. I thought I'd get back on track after writing the dang thing but now I can't sleep because I'm thinking about my score..... YIKES. Literally just focusing on catching up on life, passing the time and hoping for the best. Best of luck!
  3. Haha I just have to keep finding ways to pass the time and it'll sneak right up on me. Oh no way! 2-3 points higher than my last PT would be great. Fingers crossed. & I totally agree in terms of the experience - I guess it's never a bad idea to write more than once (unless you're applying to a school that averages the scores, but I'm not). LOL no I couldn't tell, honestly!!
  4. Wow okay I literally feel like we're in the SAAAAAAME boat! 14 business days BRUH THATS A FULL 3 WEEKS ! 3 weeks is 15 business days, is it not? LOL I'm dead...... No way! You scored higher than your PTs? How much higher? That's amazing! That's where I'm trying to be. I don't really have an end goal, just a goal to be better than my PTs. I'm also re-writing in January so I went into this one with ease.... Took it seriously but not to the point of anxiety. Just considered it a "trial run" and an "experience" should it not have gone well...
  5. Hahaha I've been going to the gym non-stop! I'm basically a gym rat so when all my gym friends knew I had to let fitness take a back seat while studying I told them it was time to prioritize "brain gains"..... but now I'm BACK. & oh man really, it's literally just an email from LSAC right? How long would you say it took, 1 week? Thanks so much! Did you hit your target?
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    2019 Chances with low 148 LSAT

    Would you consider applying somewhere that doesn't average your scores (most other schools)? If so, then I think you'd be golden. How did you manage a 160 miraculously?! Please share the tips
  7. How are you supposed to feel after your first write? I know it takes 3 weeks (does it actually take the full 3 weeks?) to get the scores and I don't know what to do with myself, haha. Honestly, I feel alright... No anxiety on test day/ during the test at all, but I just all in all feel like I don't know how to feel? It's just weird not going to prep class, and resuming my regular routine... I feel relieved and good because of my sense of relief but nothing beyond that. I don't feel bad - certainly nothing to cancel my score over but I honestly have NO idea how it went down. Just wondering what everyone else's after thoughts/situations have been, especially experienced test-takers.
  8. monnnnz

    personal statement

    I did this too! Hahaha ok I felt like an IDIOT. So glad it's not just me... I'm sure it happens all the time
  9. monnnnz

    LSAT prep classes in Toronto

    Thanks so much, I hope so! You too
  10. monnnnz

    LSAT prep classes in Toronto

    I like PR so far but I haven't had any experience with other courses so I can't say. My diagnostic was around the same and it has gone up. But I also work full time and have not been devoting as much time to self-study as I should.
  11. .... working in 2 corporate law firms, for 3 years as an assistant and working for various community centers across the City for the past 11 years? And constantly being on multiple sports teams, etc. I know everything is considered.. and I know a lot of people with good grades but mediocre ECs. How valuable are ECs? Specifically law-related ones?
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    LSAT prep classes in Toronto

    I know someone who got a 168 working with Tara and she referred me to her directly, however, I've been doing the ultimate 84-hour in class course with the Princeton Review and I find it's helping so far (only half way through). I feel like by the end of it I will be where I want to... or at least I'm hoping so, but progress has been steady.
  13. I'm currently taking the ultimate 84-hour course in person and I find that it's really helping. I'm only half way through and I'm grasping concepts quickly, however, I function better in classroom settings with a teacher guiding me so i'm not sure if an online class will be AS effective. Depends on your preferences I guess.
  14. Started at 140 (before prep course), now about half way through my prep course (2 practice tests in) and scoring 150. Possible to be able to hit 160 with 3 more practice tests and around 12 more 3.5 hour classes? Just wondering how much other people have progressed while doing prep courses. i.e. a starting score vs. midway score vs. score upon course completion vs. acual lsat score?