shoeboxdreams asked: I am looking into going to law school, how hard was the LSAT?
Law school is a serious decision. Not only should you consider your LSAT score, but also your current GPA and monetary situation. Law school is super expensive, unless you are fortunate enough to get a scholarship (that’s where your GPA comes in) or are going to go part-time while you work (that’s where your monetary situation comes in). It is also competitive, and the job market is scary right now. However, by the time you graduate, it may be very different. Regardless, think about these issues before you decide whether or not law school is right for you.
As for the LSAT, it is a typical standardized test. I took it in 2007 (man, I feel old). You need to prepare for it. I took a review course, which helped a lot. There is one through Kaplan, but I do not encourage that (I dropped out half way). They do not teach you how to properly analyze the questions. I took mine through TestMasters, and it really helped. I got a 170, which is decent (I think). The LSAT in general can get tricky. A lot of reading comprehension and logic. Just take your time, read thoroughly, and don’t freak out. You’ll be just fine.
I wish you all the best in your future endeavors! Let me know if you have any other questions :)