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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Why am I not progressing with self-study?
« on: August 12, 2008, 02:07:07 PM »
You are the best troll I've ever came across. :D


julie engaging in actual accurate discourse.  if you not like, that tough.

stopped trying figure out your norming shortcomings, eh lindy?  what an "expert"!

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Meta Discussion / How can I delete my profile? Who is the moderator?
« on: August 12, 2008, 02:03:14 PM »
I haven't found this forum helpful at all.

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Studying for the LSAT / Analog Watch vs. Silent timer?
« on: August 10, 2008, 03:46:31 PM »
It really sucks that LSAC has eliminated silent timers. Why, I'll never understand!

What exactly is an analog watch? What does it look like and most importantly, where can I buy it? I hope I don't have to spend a lot.

I know it's a watch that isn't digital but isn't it just a regular watch?

Thanks folks.

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Thanks. And yes, after reading this board for a while now, I do realize there are assholes here.


Well, you just posted your message a few days ago, so don't expect everyone to come marching to answer your question.  You also get some smart mouths who post mesasges to be total jerks.

There are quite a few posts already about many of your questions.  These remain active on the first page -

Check out a few of these posts for information about studying and preparing for the LSAT:

http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,4012881.0.html
http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,4012980.msg5151450.html#msg5151450

I hope these help.  Continue to ignore posts by those idiots.  While unfortunately you may run into them in law school one day, at least you may have an idea what type of person they are.

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I guess I am asking for too Much!

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I guess I came to the wrong place. Looks like I am asking for too much!

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This is primarily aimed at people taking the exam in Dec but Oct people are welcome too!

I've been a long time lurker and figured it was about time to finally register. :)

I would greatly appreciate it if you could answer these questions as I'm trying to create a schedule tailored to my needs but would like to know what other people are doing.

Sorry....I know lots of questions but answer what you can. :-*

1) When are you taking the LSAT?
2) What are your currently scoring?/What is your goal?
3) When did you start studying?
4) What is a typical week like for you? Mon-Sun? What do you do everyday (LSAT related of course!)
5) Do you take a day off completely from studying where you just do anything (ex., shop, sleep, etc.) but study?
*6) When you are studying, what sorts of things do you do? Are you doing games untimed, reading powerscore's lgb & lrb over? Doing individual sections?

7) When will you start taking timed tests?

8)Anything you'd like to add?

Thank you!
:-*

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