I took the LSAT, Law School Admission Test, for the first time on June 10, 2013. I got my score it was a few points lower than my goal score, and that was hard news to hear. At first I thought that I was content with the fact that I had scored lower than my goal. However as I started to research future options more seriously I realized that I was far from content. I realized that I wanted to take the test again, I realized that I could push myself to score higher.
I signed up for the October 5 test yesterday which leaves me with a very small window of time to prepare myself. I'm looking forward to many late nights and early mornings over the next three weeks. I am confident that I can score higher than my first score, but with that confidence comes stress and nerves. In the past two days I have found my mind wandering to the daunting logic "games" of the analytical reasoning section during my classes. These next few weeks will definitely be a challenge for me, but I'm hoping that they will pay off in the end! Wish me luck!