I am proud of the fact I can complete and pass a practice LSAT.
I really want to be a lawyer, so one day I decided to look at the practice LSAT, without studying I took the analytical reasoning portion. Analytical reasoning is like puzzle games I did when I was younger. I was confused at first, not because I couldn’t understand the questions, I was confused because it was so easy. After that I read through the rest of the test I didn’t understand everything I quickly did some research before attempting to complete the other portions of the test. It took me a few days to complete the test and I marked it and received a passing grade. It made me feel good that i could pass it. Passing doesn’t mean much, law schools only take the top percentage of students who take the LSAT. I won’t be taking the LSAT anytime soon, but I enjoy studying for it. I’ve just started taking the course on LSAT prep and Khan academy, I’ve learnt many different and easier ways to complete questions I already know how to answer and understand questions I don’t feel as confident answering