Admitted this morning!
L2: maybe around 3.8 or 3.9 I'm not sure
LSAT: 160 (highest)
Lots of extracurriculars and job experience throughout undergrad. Likely will be accepting as this is my first choice!
Good Luck everyone!
Hey. I worked full time while self-studying. No tutor. I used PowerScore.
PowerScore has a number of schedules, depending on how much time until your test (e.g., 1 mo, 3 mos, etc.). They also have something on their site where you enter your answers from practice tests, and it’ll tell you which kinds of questions you’re struggling with.
At first, I followed the schedule to get a sense of the LSAT. I then would do at least one practice test/weekend and adjust my studying accordingly to where I was struggling. Of course, certain types of questions are more intuitive than others, so I didn’t want to waste time studying concepts I understood.
I didn’t take any time off to study. Studied textbooks after work, and practice test(s) during the weekend.
I took a total of three days off: two days before the test and obviously one on test day.
On my first day off, I took one last practice test. Scored the lowest of any of my prep tests. That did not help my anxiety going in — I recommend you don’t make that same mistake.