That’s my bible quote of the moment.
I signed up for a Powerscore Weekend LSAT class. I really wanted to do a full-length class but they have all started already. That’s what I get for deciding to take a class way too late. It was a $350 split between my fiancé and I since our finances aren’t merged together just yet. I’m picking up the electricity bill this month to make up my portion. We work so well as a team :) Ah, true love.
I’ve done a little research on the weekender and since I’ve done massive amounts of self-prep…this can only help round out the mechanics. I’ve used the Powerscore method the entire time I’ve been studying. In order to improve by the 7-10 points that I want I know I have to change my studying habits, work harder, study harder. In an effort to do this I signed up for the class and I’m taking nothing but practice tests from here until about 3 days before the test, and I’m re-reading the Logic Games Bible making sure I understand why every question I get wrong is wrong. Time is a huge factor for me, but I’m confident I can get at least a 7 point leap. I’m going to study as much as my 50-hour work week will let me.
I even had a friend e-mail me about a freelancing opportunity. Oh, journalism, how I’ve missed you. I really want to take up the opportunity, but it’s going to have to wait until after the test. I honestly don’t have any time between now and Dec. 5th. My law apps, personal statement, and resume are all done. I’m working on supplemental essays like another essay for Florida State since they wanted a completely different style of personal statement, a LEOP statement (which is done) and quite possibly a diversity statement (not sure about this yet).
It feels good to almost be at the finish line?
I’ll be happy when I can concentrate on my wedding.