We spend so much time at this blog talking to you — keeping you abreast of the latest law school admissions news, giving you LSAT advice, providing you some tips about law school applications. We never really ask you how you’re feeling. So … [slides up chair to you, turns it around so the backrest is nearest to you, and sits in chair backwards, leaning forward, arms draped over the top rail of the chair’s backrest, striking the archetypal “cool 90s teacher” pose] … how are you feeling?
Students signed up for the March 2019 LSAT have about 10 days left before the exam. I know this was the time before my own exam when the significance of the test really started to hit me, and by hit me, I mean I was panicking and thinking about rescheduling the exam for a later date. If you’re a March test taker tempted to push back your own exam, hold your horses and see if your situation fits one of the (relatively few) cases where rescheduling your exam actually makes sense.