The deadline to register for the June LSAT is tomorrow. I’m terrified. I’ve had a month to study and I haven’t shown much improvement. But I don’t want to wait until October to take the next test. I want to apply to schools as early as possible.
Work has been stressful and it’s often difficult to try to study after I come home from a busy day.
There’s no turning back if I decide to register…
It’s been more than a year since I put law school on my to do list. At that time, I was perhaps 20% certain of going. This past year, the percentage has fluctuated from 5% to now, 99%.
I’ve learned a lot this past year. I moved to a new city, started a full time job and realized that I really do want to go to law school and as cliche as it sounds, make a difference and help people.
It’s the first week of April and I need to start studying for the LSAT. I plan to take it in June. I don’t want to drag this out any longer. The LSAT is my biggest hurdle. I want to do well. And I’m stubborn, so I don’t plan on taking any classes.
After that I will worry about finding my teachers for reference letters (I don’t think any of them will remember me) and thinking about my personal statement and which schools. But for now, I will focus on familiarizing myself with the LSAT for the next two months while also juggling a full time job and volunteering on the weekends.
Wish me good luck!
I’ve always lived with people. My family. Roommates in college. Now, as I go out into the “real world” in NYC, I want to have be able to afford my own apartment all to myself. I know that is still a dream for me.
I cannot wait for the day when I can have a place that I can decorate for myself, leave the dishes in the sink without anyone nagging, not have to look at someone else’s dirty mess, and pick my nose in peace!