« on: January 21, 2009, 01:31:58 PM »
Check out my advice thread here: http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,4018103.0.html
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Thanks so much to everyone. HYS, that post was awesome.Thanks LD8, always glad to help.
From the guy with the pink polo and popped collar? I guess you're the expert in embarrassing oneself.
Being irritated by shills is one thing. Hell, it's obnoxious and I get that. But stop acting like you're God's gift to the LSAT and that it must be done your way or it's WRONG. BTW, being a major jerk to discredit Alisa's position on the LSAT (as well as attempting to respond to me in kind) is basically an ad hominem attack. I'm sure you know what those are, being such a sweet ass LSAT pontificator and all.
HYSHopeful, I was going to go through your post and address your points, but you sound like an insufferable a-hole and it would take too much of my time. You have good numbers, but it's no reason to be a jerk.
There is no substitute for PRACTICE. Buy as many authentic LSAT examinations as you can and try as many as possible under timed, quiet, test-taking conditions. Also try some of these tips:
(1) Read the stem of the logical reasoning questions before the actual passage question itself. It gives you an idea of what you are looking for.
(2) In the Logic Games, if you get the right answer in question (A), don't bother reading questions (B) - (D). This is a huge time saver and the exam is all about speed and accuracy.
(3) Make sure you know the main conclusion or main point after reading any reading comp passage - this will help you answer at least three of the questions. Feel free to ask any other questions!
Alisa Greenstein | Veritas Prep Admissions Consultant | www.VeritasPrep.com
I need a suggested study schedule for the two months leading up to test day. Thanks!
thanks for the vote of confidence and the extremely helpful advice.
i can't take it in june and october is too late for a first try...and i highly doubt i will fail at life.
I've taken a full-length Kaplan timed test (160...it was pretty cold), but I haven't done anything in awhile. I have 10 real LSATs and I'm going to work through the LG Bible. Best tips?
Goal: 170 (or so)