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The LSAT test date approached, and I chose to take the test for experience, despite being unprepared.

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The LSAT test date approached and I chose to take the test for experience, despite being unprepared.
asked Jun 06 '11 at 23:06 Kyle Johnson New member

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Yes, this is correct, but I would move the modifer 'despite being unprepared' to before 'I chose', separate with commas.

link comment edited Jun 08 '11 at 14:18 Kimberly Expert

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