« on: October 25, 2008, 06:20:31 PM »
We're all in the same boat. To the person above me who's bummed about getting 166: Rejoice and be glad. I am extremely jealous. 166 is only one point lower than my record for a practise LSAT (not counting the untimed ones, where I typically took 25% longer for LR, 50% longer for RC and 100% longer for LG.) On untimed tests I scored 172 the first time, 175 the second time and 177 the most recent time. What I don't understand is how I performed so poorly on the two LR and RC, lost a grand total of 28 questions there, when I would usually miss 8-12 questions on those sections otherwise. LG usually drags my score way down, but on this test I missed 7 of them, which is, pitifully, fewer than I missed on 2 of the 3 other sections. If I had had only 5 more minutes, I would have aced those stupid bus questions too.