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Messages - futurelawyer28
« on: August 17, 2008, 05:10:26 AM »
So I was waitlisted for test in October today
. A bit late to register, I know, but still, I am within the deadlines. I wanted to pickup the center withing two-hours driving range, all of them were unavailable. I know the exact location where I want to take the test, I mean it's preferable. I just do not want to be sent to Montana test center from CA. How are waitlisted students being informed of opened seats? Does LSAC guarantee, that a seat, any seat, will be found before the test day? Anyone, who had the same situation, what was your experience with LSAC?
If I asked the same q, that's been asked before on the board, I am really sorry. I checked 15 first pages, couldn't find any similar to my topic.
« on: August 04, 2008, 05:38:57 AM »
Last year I applied to Santa Clara at the very end of January, with 155 LSAT and was rejected. This year I am aiming at 160 in October LSAT test. Will Early action be an advantage? Their 75th percentage is 161
« on: August 04, 2008, 05:25:43 AM »
Cliff007, ammonia, was my top choice before I realized that I could see the answers for test 7 when I am taking test 51. Kinda eats through the paper. I liked the stinking smell, though
« on: August 04, 2008, 05:05:09 AM »
I have bought Tests from 39-51 from EBAY. Unfortunately, LCAC has not put together those LSAT's in a book of ten
. Besides, now I am short of money and have no desire to buy everything brand new. I really had an itching desire to buy every test brand new, especially ones from 2000 to 2008 brand, but, OMGWTF, is there any other solution? I place is covered with LSAT books, I do not want do double it. I am just asking id there's a solution to the problem that I've missed. Anyways, thanks for a feedback!
« on: August 04, 2008, 04:24:29 AM »
Weird question, I know
. Last year I bought some official LSATs from Ebay, that've been answered by another person, and the answers were heavily marked by another LSAT taker
. No matter how hard I tried to erase mark outs and circles I could still see the marks. The same story with the LSATs I've already taken(I took LSAT test two times, passed it in December, was accepted to one school, but decided to take the last shot this October). I have Kaplan's books, Testmasters books, official LSATs,-all of them marked with a pencil. Normally I erase all the marks possible, and after that I evenly cover them again with a pencil, so I will not notice any marks, however, it's very time consumming. I have to see those a,b,c,d,e and mark them off every time I answer. I wonder if anyone has come across the same problem. What do you, guys, do, when you want to retake or to reanswer, except for mere erasing?
I've learned that for every problem in U.S. there's a solution, probably I just do not know about some stickers, something that may help
. Tired of wasting my time for erasing.
« on: July 26, 2008, 02:14:06 AM »
I've stumbled upon q #21(could be false) in a game about airlines To Sarasota. A,B and E answers must be true, but C and D could be true as well, since the setup shows that Reich, Simon, and Taylor are all interchangeable/randoms.
I have a feeling that I have to pay attention to the question (must be true vs. could be true) and to "either" in C answer, however, it's just a vague feeling, so I cannot persuade myself that D has to be false. At a first glance all of them appear as "true". I would appreciate some explanation.
OFFTOPIC: All of the games seem doable for me, except for pure sequencing ones. Am I the only dummy? I can easily come up with a general setup, but I cannot make all the inferences. This type of Games is rare, but who knows. Neither LGB nor Testmasters books have helped. Gosh, why?