If You Didn't Get the LSAT of Your Dreams, Part II

(Email receieved Sunday, October 14th, 2018)

Hi Mike,

I hope you've been well. I recently finished up my 2L job search and accepted a summer associate offer from Arnold & Porter Chicago. It made me think back to the time almost two years ago when I had just gotten back a really disappointing LSAT score and was seriously rethinking my aspirations.

You told me about a guy you had worked with named Christopher Prusmack who also under-performed on the LSAT and how you still helped him get admitted into Cornell Law and he eventually ended up at one of his dream firms. Sometimes I still can't believe that after not being able to get better than a 161 on the LSAT, with your help I still got into Northwestern, where I ended up in the top third of my class at the end of 1L and am now going to one of my dream firms in one of the more competitive legal markets, Chicago. I am still so grateful for all of your application advice, which I think truly changed the trajectory of my career and life

.Anyway, I just wanted to update you on this, and maybe one of your other clients can benefit from hearing my story just as I benefited from hearing Christopher's.

Hope everything is great on your end!



(names changed for confidentiality)

For an even more pronounced example of this, see: https://blog.spiveyconsulting.com/if-you-didnt-get-the-lsat-school-you-dreamed-of/