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  1. Thank you for your insight and congrats on your improvement and admission! It was only recently that I have changed my mind back towards law and away from a masters in public health. Of course, I couldn't have made this decision a few months ago..ugh. It's hard for me to say how I will feel going into the exam with it being so far away but I intend to start studying heavily between August and January, am enrolling in Powerscore classes, and my partner has offered to help me prep a bit because he is attending law school in the fall and just went through the process. I am also planning to request a LOA from my job for a full month to two months before the LSAT. Any comment on my approach? Just curious to know how much time you gave yourself and what your method of attack was
  2. Hi everyone, I am applying to law school (U of A, U of C, UVIC, UBC, U of T, Osgoode) for Fall 2020 and am writing the LSAT for the first time in January. I will not be writing earlier because I am finishing up a university class, working on two academic papers, and am working full time as a research assistant. I roughly have 3.3 or 3.4 cGPA, 3.73 L2, and am hoping to write above a 164 on the LSAT. I know a lot of schools have rolling admissions and am a bit worried that writing the LSAT so late will hinder my chances of being accepted. I'm wondering whether anyone has any experience with writing the last LSAT for admissions, whether they were accepted and when, what their GPA and LSAT scores may have looked like, and whether they feel writing late impacted their admission? Thanks so much!
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