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  1. That's true, but the UofA advisors suggest that it could help especially if my GPA isn't as great, based on their acceptance profile, it is possible to get in with an exceptionally good LSAT score. I'm just looking at my options!
  2. Sorry if this is a stupid question I just haven't gotten a clear answer yet!! I am planning to take the June (2019) LSAT, but I don't know where to start. I briefly spoke to someone who recently graduated law school and she recommends self-studying, with using the powerscore books. "My main tip is to keep practicing and make sure to understand the type of questions." BUT WHAT DO I DO FIRST? Next semester I have a full course load (5 classes), I need to keep my marks up so what type of schedule should I follow. Also, how does a diagnostic work, if I don't have any knowledge about the type of questions what is the likelihood of getting a clear representation of my own abilities. I was debating about starting after my winter semester exams but I don't think that is enough time considering there is a religious month long holiday happening in May, that would really interrupt successful studying How long did you study for before you took the LSAT? And what did you do that helped you be successful? if you had a full course lad how did you balance it? ps. I'm in my third year and I would be applying in NOV 2019
  3. Hey, so I am in my third year at ualberta, I started university not knowing what I wanted to do. I didn't know how to study properly, I chose a major just for the sake of having one ( i thought that was really common tbh). I've always wanted to try for law school, but the fear of not getting in has always stopped me. SOO, recently switched majors to what I am passionate about and I am doing extraordinarily better B+/A- compared to C/C+. But my first two years of uni I have a 2.4 GPA. Most schools that are L2 would consider my 3rd and fourth year, but how about holistic schools? Do I even have a Chance? If I do have a chance what should I do from here going forward I am planning to take the LSAT in the summer of 2019 and my EC's actually really good but the cGPA is a concern for me.
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