Sunday, September 04, 2016

LSAT Prep: Studying

LSAT time is finally here and I am extremely nervous. This one test could make or break all of my future endeavors. It could get me into law school, it could not get me into law school, it could offer scholarships and financial aid and then again it can't. All that riding on the results of one test. Nervewracking right? 

To ensure your success on this test, you have to do some studying and I'm here to talk about the different kinds of studying you can do to prepare for the test. 

Thursday, September 01, 2016

Fall 2016 Goals

With the beginning of the semester already upon us. I just wanted to set some goals for my second to last semester of college and I feel like it's essential to do so. Setting goals for yourself kind of pushes you to do what you said you were going to do. It's also a good feeling when you actually accomplish what is on your goal list. Being that it is my last year of college my goal list might look a little strange to some since I am being a little vague but hopefully, it still helps you get a sense that setting goals for yourself is still important.

My Goals

1. Get a 4.0 or close to it this semester
2. Get a good score on my LSAT's
3. Workout more
4. Get into my dream law school
5.Try to get a full tuition scholarship to law school
6. Enjoy my senior year
7. Stick to my Budget
8. Worry less!

Tips on Setting Goals

1. When setting goals, the idea is to make realistic goals but also specific ones. Use time deadlines to make things specific.
2. When you achieve a goal of yours, treat yourself. Celebrate!

What are your goals for this upcoming school year?

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