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You’ve seen (I assume) the posted stats on the website. Candidates below 157 LSAT are not competitive in the general category, and you by no means have a high enough L2 to balance this out. Re write the LSAT, and consider what changes you can make to your study habits to actually do better. Not just study longer, that can only help to a point. I’m talking tutors or classes or something else concrete to bring improvement. 

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