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Headed to UCLA this fall. Thank you 7sage!!

RiseandGrindRiseandGrind Alum Member
edited May 2019 in General 219 karma

Another one of these! I want to thank 7sage for their fantastic LSAT curriculum, the admissions course and 7Sage Editors who helped me produce the best piece of writing I have ever crafted. I also want to thank everyone who posted such helpful advice in the discussion posts, you have all formed such a powerful and uplifting community. 7Sage is one of the main reasons that I am headed to law school at all so I wanted to put one of these grateful posts out here. For quick reference, my diagnostic was a 150 and my LSAT journey was 158, 158, 166, 163 (lol). 3.4 and non-URM. I'd love to give back in any way I can, so please feel free to post or PM if you have any questions re LSAT, applications, UCLA, etc.


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  • PrincessPrincess Alum Member
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    Wow! Congratulations! I will probably message you and get advise on personal statement if that's okay with you later on.

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  • DTLA NickDTLA Nick Member
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    Congratulations! What does non-URM mean?

    How long did it take to get from 150 to 166? Looking to apply to USC and UCLA here.

  • 5MoreMinPlease5MoreMinPlease Yearly Member
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    Congrats dude! All the best for the rest of the journey 🎉

  • RiseandGrindRiseandGrind Alum Member
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    Hi @"DTLA Nick", I took the diagnostic in February 2017 and scored the 166 in July 2018. However it could've been a much faster timeline if I wasn't working full time and sometimes overtime. If you can set aside three to four months to dedicate 6 hours a day to the test, I am sure you can get to your desired score much faster. Non-urm means non under represented minority. URM's are American Indians, Alaskan Natives, African Americans/Blacks, Mexican Americans and Puerto Ricans.

  • RiseandGrindRiseandGrind Alum Member
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    @Princess Totally! Feel free to do so, happy to help.

  • AlexAlex Alum Member
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    Congrats!! 🎈

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