LSAT Completed. Score In.

Well, I took my LSAT on October 4th and received the score the other day. I got a 157, which puts me in the 72nd percentile (means that 72% of scores are lower than mine). Not great, but good enough!

I must say that the LSAT is a very tough test. I did not spend enough time preparing for it. Here are my excuses:

  1. Hurricane Gustav.
  2. Hurricane Ike.
  3. Extremely heavy workload during two weeks previous to LSAT at school.

Don’t they sound good? They are true, but I normally don’t accept or make excuses, so ignore them.

With my grade point average (currently 3.66 for my entire college career and 4.0 for my current degree) it should be a cinch to get into my choice of schools.

Now, let’s just see if I can afford to go with the economy killing my income.

There are currently 2 responses

  1. Congratulations, Dan! I’ve always had a fantasy about taking (and passing) the LSAT (some fantasy, huh?). Perhaps I should take a class in fantasies instead!

    I hope this recent success doesn’t mean that we’ll bee seeing/hearing less and less of you as time goes on. I always enjoy your assistance, which is almost always forthcoming, whenever I need help with something in your wonderful KI program. I’d hate to lose that, for my own selfish reasons!

    Congratulations again. Perhaps your success will inspire me (and others) to continue my education and pass that damn LSAT one day in the not too distant future.

    Be wall and happy!


    November 7th, 2008 | 6:38 pm
  2. David Hawthorne


    Good work. When you get accepted to the bar, make a committment now organize the largest possible class action suit against google.



    November 12th, 2008 | 4:30 pm