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OMG Thank You 7Sage Community!

CocoZhangCocoZhang Alum Member
edited October 2016 in General 476 karma
OMG I woke up this morning (living in Beijing) and found that an email from LSAC waiting for me... And I opened it... Bang! 177!

To be honest, I couldn't believe my eyes!

Thank you so much 7Sage. This is a huge increase from my 161 on September 2014 LSAT. The blind review method and the study group was sooooo helpful! This would not have been possible without JY and 7Sage community.

Ahhh I'm so happy right now <3

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  • SprinklesSprinkles Alum Member
    11542 karma
    CONGRATULATIONS
  • SamiSami Live Member Sage 7Sage Tutor
    10746 karma
    Congratulations!
  • danielznelsondanielznelson Alum Inactive Sage Inactive ⭐
    4181 karma
    Haha, wow! That's the best surprise ever! Congratulations!
  • jowens7317jowens7317 Alum Member
    244 karma
    Good job Coco do you plan on going to law school in the states?
  • CocoZhangCocoZhang Alum Member
    476 karma
    Thank you all!

    @jowens7317 said:
    Good job Coco do you plan on going to law school in the states?
    Yes, I am applying this year. I actually graduated from a US college.
  • inactiveinactive Alum Member
    edited October 2016 12637 karma
    WOW!! Congrats! :D

    http://pjpies.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/2zpjxj7.gif

    I'm spamming this today I swear, but if you're up for it, feel free to leave a review here:
    https://7sage.com/lsat-course-reviews/

    Or if you have FB: https://www.facebook.com/7sagelsat/reviews/
  • westcoastbestcoastwestcoastbestcoast Alum Member
    3788 karma
    You go COCO!
  • CocoZhangCocoZhang Alum Member
    476 karma
    @"Dillon A. Wright" said:
    I'm spamming this today I swear, but if you're up for it, feel free to leave a review here:
    https://7sage.com/lsat-course-reviews/
    Rated 5 star!
  • inactiveinactive Alum Member
    12637 karma
    @CocoZhang said:
    Rated 5 star!
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  • GodlyOneGodlyOne Alum Member
    76 karma
    OMG!! Congrats!!!!!!! :)
  • zkchrumzzkchrumz Free Trial Member
    164 karma
    gratz!
  • Jessica_KubaJessica_Kuba Core Member
    461 karma
    Way to go!!
  • nessa.k13.0nessa.k13.0 Inactive ⭐
    4141 karma
    WOAH that's so awesome!!! Have fun celebrating!
  • CocoZhangCocoZhang Alum Member
    476 karma
    Thank you guys :D Gonna have a big dinner with family tonight.
  • dennisgerrarddennisgerrard Member
    1644 karma
    exciting to hear news as an International student. which do school you apply?
  • Help2222Help2222 Member
    240 karma
    congratulations!
  • Not Ralph NaderNot Ralph Nader Alum Member Inactive Sage Inactive ⭐
    2098 karma
    congratulations!
  • Cant Get RightCant Get Right Yearly + Live Member Sage 🍌 7Sage Tutor
    27725 karma
    @CocoZhang !!!!! Doesn't surprise me after that epic train PT;) congrats!
  • desire2learndesire2learn Member
    1171 karma
    Great job! What a great reward for your hard work!
  • CiscoDiscoCiscoDisco Alum Member
    12 karma
    Wow, that is awesome. I have been debating all day whether to wait a year or to retest in December. Reading that you waited a couple of years to score that high, makes me want to wait a year to retest.
  • CocoZhangCocoZhang Alum Member
    476 karma
    @"Cant Get Right" said:
    Doesn't surprise me after that epic train PT;) congrats!
    Saw that you have a shiny "Sage" title now, congratulations! The study group was really inspiring and helpful. It was great that I could discuss those harder questions with you guys :P
  • CocoZhangCocoZhang Alum Member
    476 karma
    @dennisgerrard said:
    exciting to hear news as an International student. which do school you apply?
    I am aiming for T14. My GPA is a little bit complicated, as I have two very distinct majors and the cumulative GPA is not super impressive. But I do have a 4.0 Physics major.

    @CiscoDisco said:
    Wow, that is awesome. I have been debating all day whether to wait a year or to retest in December. Reading that you waited a couple of years to score that high, makes me want to wait a year to retest.
    Yeah, after my first attempt in September 2014, I initially signed up for the December 2014 but later withdrew it. I felt like I wouldn't improve as much in the short time frame. I then went to UAE to work for a year and then quit my job and studied full time for 3 months. I think having this one-year work experience will really help me in the future, so no regret.
  • lenelson2lenelson2 Member
    523 karma
    Congratulations!!
  • tanes256tanes256 Alum Member
    2573 karma
    Wow!! Congrats!!
  • That is so amazing! Whoa! Congrats and enjoy celebrating!
  • bjphillips5bjphillips5 Alum Member
    1137 karma
    Congrats!!!! That's what hard work will get you :)
  • dennisgerrarddennisgerrard Member
    1644 karma
    update your application progress for us!!
  • fifthendingfifthending Alum Member
    154 karma
    Congratulations!!!!!!!!!! Totally inspiring.
  • Burt MacklinBurt Macklin Alum Member
    170 karma
    Out of curiosity - What was/were your most visited core lesson(s)? Similarly, which ones did you find to be most helpful?
  • CocoZhangCocoZhang Alum Member
    476 karma
    @"Burt Macklin" said:
    Out of curiosity - What was/were your most visited core lesson(s)? Similarly, which ones did you find to be most helpful?
    The section on "Intro to logic" is my most visited core lesson. If I couldn't go to sleep at time, I will try to connect all the lessons in my mind though haha :D it goes like "first we have MP questions because that's the basis for all LR questions. Then we learned MSS questions because it's basically MP questions with the conclusion in the answer choice. Next we studies logic and learned that assumptions are the weak link of an argument...etc etc..."
  • LsatChicLsatChic Member
    edited October 2016 191 karma
    Congrats fantastic job :-)
  • jaybee88jaybee88 Alum Member
    165 karma
    Wow, what an incredible score! Great job! I will be writing the LSAT for the first time in December. Any specific tips? Did you do any section drilling between prep tests?
  • dennisgerrarddennisgerrard Member
    1644 karma
    @CocoZhang how long did you prepare for LSAT? any tips on LG?
  • LSATakerLSATaker Free Trial Member
    250 karma
    wowww congrats!
    Can I ask when you started hit 170?
    Do you usually draw conditional logic for LR?? seems you have already reached good score (161) so you must be good at studying in the first place but still this is so encouraging! :)
  • tams2018tams2018 Member
    727 karma
    Wonderful news!
  • CocoZhangCocoZhang Alum Member
    476 karma
    Thank you all :D
    @LSATaker said:
    Can I ask when you started hit 170?
    Do you usually draw conditional logic for LR??
    I think in I started hitting 170 in late July and I got 173ish in late August. However, in September I plateaued for quite a while until the real test. I guess I broke the plateau on the test day :D
    @dennisgerrard said:
    how long did you prepare for LSAT? any tips on LG?
    For 6 months in total. I started preparing LSAT in March while still working but later quit my job in June to study the LSAT.

    For LG, I did the Cambridge bundle of LG and took JY's core curriculum and that's it...
  • Wind-Up BirdWind-Up Bird Alum Member
    284 karma
    A well deserved congrats!
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