University Law School Admission Test Essay

1995 Words Apr 26th, 2016 8 Pages
It is the last day of class and I am in awe with emotions. I would think that I would be fulfilled with content, but instead I am anxious. While most of my colleagues are worrying about where to travel for the summer, I have the anguish insight of knowing that I will spend my summer studying for the frightening, intimidating, Law School Admission Test (LSAT). The only thing that is certain is that this test determines where I go to law school. The average debt that law school students consume is roughly $100,000 (Baum, 6). If I am going to be in debt, then I need to go to my dream school, which has always been Harvard Law School.
In the hope that I get accepted into one of the most prestigious law schools in the world I will have to study greatly. I have resources that will guide me into getting that ideal LSAT score. Some of my preparations include joining a Kaplan test prep course, using websites such as howicompare.com, and going to the library to get LSAT readiness books. I have been studying for six months and the day has come to take the test. Although I am apprehensive, I am also determined. I have studied rigorously and am bent on Harvard Law School. The only thing that is coming in between of my dream school and I is that LSAT.
Finally, test scores are out and I earned a 173. I am ready to submit my application to Harvard. I have faith that my diligent performance results in getting accepted. Some time has passed and I finally receive my letter of admissions. I am…

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