I've spent the last year preparing for one multiple choice test. Law school has been a dream since my days in undergrad but if I'm honest I wasn't sure which school I'd end up for the next stage in my life. I prepared for my LSAT with that in mind, stressing out over every little practice test and practice session.
When I started I was all over the place, I'd get anxiety attacks just when I messed up a logic games or logical reasoning section, beating myself up over dumb mistakes. I was not studying well at first, but over time as I put more work (and learned some clever methods) in I was able to raise myself from a sub 150 diagnostic to a 170 score on the actual test.
With my score I was able to be admitted to my alma mater that waitlisted me in undergrad and I got scholarships at higher ranked institutions.
I remember where I was a year ago, distraught and stressed out over a multiple choice test. I sit here now with multiple acceptances and scholarships due in part with how I did on this multiple choice test. Others may still be where I was a year ago, and I promise to you this; anyone can get a good score on this multiple choice test if they put enough effort. I'll be the first to tell you I'm not the smartest guy so these standardized tests don't come easy to me. I'm sure there are others out there that feel that way now, looking at the LSAT as an unclimbable mountain but that's not true. Anyone can do it.
Getting my score back was good.
Submitting my applications with that score felt great.
Getting accepted felt ecstatic.
For those that were where I was a year ago,I just want to tell you that I believe you can score as good or even better than me on this multiple choice test.
I'd just like to give you some help to get there.
Undergraduate Degree: College of William and Mary - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science and Government
-Wrestling -Running -Hiking -Camping -Reading -Telling everyone I meet that Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri was robbed of best picture even though that was over three years ago -Becoming a lawyer