Hey I just wanted to give my two cents about your diagnostic score. Don’t feel discouraged! I’ve worked with tons of people studying for the LSAT and most students that I’ve worked with have a diagnostic test score in the 130’s — and as long as you are willing to put in the effort to study and learn how to properly attack questions there is no reason you shouldn’t end up with a 160+ score. I’ve seen people improve from a 120 diagnostic to a 155. So do not lose hope! The LSAT is a marathon not a sprint.