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March 9th had finally come The LSAT score I had been waiting for to better reflect my academic capabilities had arrived however it was not the score I ever imagined it to be I received a 144 on the October 2012 LSAT and a 136 on the February 2013 LSAT I could not grasp onto the fact that I decreased eight points but knew that I still had my 144 score To be truthful I was not ready to take the February exam Two weeks before the December LSAT which I had originally planned on taking I was struck with the devastating news to the unexpected loss of my grandmother From that moment on I knew that things were never going to be the same She was the driving force behind my education and my number one supporter This changed my entire world and affected my ability to study work the best of my capabilities and concentrate solely on one thing Additionally during this time I was also enrolled in 16 units for the winter quarter plus 4 units of an incomplete I received towards the end of last quarter that I am currently making up leaving me with 20 units This incomplete was taken because I had to rush to Los Angeles and take care of my family after our loss Prior to my grandmothers passing I had a one-track mind I was on the road to law school and nothing could come in the way of that Unpredictably I got derailed off track and forced myself to continue with the February LSAT The mistake I made was jumping into something that I might not have been ready for As I said before nothing could come in the way of my path to success I attempted to study as much as I could but my mind was not fully there It was difficult to maintain my focus on studying for the LSAT uphold a
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