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Thank you 7Sage

LSAT StudentLSAT Student Alum Member
in General 156 karma

I used 7Sage for all my studying. The community and the curriculum is awesome and helped me earn a top 10% score. I was able to secure a full ride from a strong regional T1 (UF) - this was my goal and I am happy to accomplish it.

You all are great here and this has to be the most supportive law related forum I have found on the internet.

I plan to stick around and I am sure you all will go on to do great things!

Thanks for everything 7Sage.

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  • LSATcantwinLSATcantwin Alum Member Sage
    13286 karma

    Congrats! You put the work in, and you get to reap the rewards now!

  • cgracia12cgracia12 Alum Member
    edited March 2018 737 karma

    How was your study routine like? What made the biggest difference in your study habits to get to your goal score? @LSATstudent

  • Paul CaintPaul Caint Alum Member
    3521 karma

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!

  • Leah M BLeah M B Alum Member
    8392 karma

    Congrats!!!

  • SamiSami Live Member Sage 7Sage Tutor
    10746 karma

    Congratulations!!! That's so well deserved.

  • Eric25Eric25 Member
    720 karma

    congrats you earned it!!!

  • J.Y. PingJ.Y. Ping Administrator Instructor
    13839 karma

    @"LSAT Student" Congratulations!

  • westcoastbestcoastwestcoastbestcoast Alum Member
    3788 karma

    I love these stories good job! Enjoy sunny florida

  • LSAT StudentLSAT Student Alum Member
    156 karma

    @cgracia12 said:
    How was your study routine like? What made the biggest difference in your study habits to get to your goal score? @LSATstudent

    My routine was all over the place due to school, work, internships etc. I studied on and off for over a year - much of that time being light studying here and there.

    What made the biggest difference for me was isolating where I could earn points easily. A -0 on LG is very doable for many people... -0 on LR or RC is much more difficult. Also, I developed a good skipping routine on LR. For example, any Parallel method Q's was instantly skipped till the end. Furthermore, I developed a routine for each question type. RC I just tried to engage in the article and make a mental note of the main idea in each paragraph.

  • LSAT StudentLSAT Student Alum Member
    edited March 2018 156 karma

    @LSATcantwin said:
    Congrats! You put the work in, and you get to reap the rewards now!

    @"Paul Caint" said:
    CONGRATULATIONS!!!

    @"Leah M B" said:
    Congrats!!!

    @Sami said:
    Congratulations!!! That's so well deserved.

    @Eric25 said:
    congrats you earned it!!!

    Thank you all! Best of luck in your cycles!

  • LSAT StudentLSAT Student Alum Member
    156 karma

    @westcoastbestcoast said:
    I love these stories good job! Enjoy sunny florida

    I will definitely enjoy the weather haha. Thanks!

  • LSAT StudentLSAT Student Alum Member
    156 karma

    @"J.Y. Ping" said:
    @"LSAT Student" Congratulations!

    Thanks JY - your course helps so many people for a fraction of the price. I was at a function for incoming students the other night and almost all of them mentioned that they used Test Masters or Kaplan. I wish more people knew about this website.

  • lsatplaylistlsatplaylist Member
    5244 karma

    Congratulations! Yes, enjoy the nice weather. :)

  • gaflparalegalgaflparalegal Alum Member
    133 karma

    Congratulations!!! UF is on my wish list as well. Thank you for sharing and being a motivation!!

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