Since doctors love to write scrips for rinalin couldnt someone fake it just to get an extended test? It would be dishonest and wrong, but has anyone heard of anyone trying to do that?
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Well, I did take a prep course in preparation for the June 08 LSAT, but I had a lot of bad things going on in life, and even though I was prepared, it just wasn't my day. Actually, my test scores were higher and more consistent going into the June test. My avg going into June was a 173, while it was maybe a 170 in October.
The difference was various things. I was much more careful about my testing environment. I wasn't lax at all with time or where I was doing my practice tests. I also got the LR and RC Bibles. I got the RC Bible about three weeks before the October test, and that actually helped me a lot. A lot of good suggestions.
I noticed your signiture shows a double digit lsat score improvment in a single testing period. How did you pull that off? Its awsome and I love to know your secret on it!The tests in the 40s are easier for LG. Use the purple and red book (the tests in the 30s) for games. Those are tough.
It's probably like those "aptitude tests" for correspondance art schools where you have to draw a turtle or something of that nature.
Tippy the Turtle! I totally drew him and sent it in. They wrote back and said maybe art was not my best path.
I was laid off and receiving unemployment and they approved it for me. I'm independent and do have a child. if you apply online, and enter your tax info, you will instantly get approval or deny. if you are denied, you need to prove to them why (beyond the numbers on your tax forms) you should be approved. You do so by send in a letter with explaination and documents. I was denied at first but thats because my numbers on tax forms are high from last year, now that I have been on UC for most of the year I will not have the same income as before. That was my appeal and it was approved. It will help tremendously since now I can apply to more than just a handful of schools.
She probally just had a bad day, by prep you didnt mean actual prep classes did you? If so, did she try to sue to get her money back? Can you even do that if you feel they failed to do their job properly in preping you?
no, she did self-prep with a couple books, and several practice tests, though im not sure what she scored on those. she also has major ADHD and even though she takes meds she has a really hard time focusing. i dont think she requested any special accommodation either.
A good friend of mine got a 138 in December. Really smart girl but just doesnt test well I guess, even with lots of prep. Thats the lowest I've heard.
To Law Students: Would you say you can still pass all the classes if you studied less than 2 hours a day? (Assuming that I study about twice as much during the exam week?)
Going to depend on you, how much work you actually get done in two hours, and what school you go to. If you go to a school with a high curve where no one ever fails out, probably could pass on just two hours, if you go to a school with a low curve that fails out a number of students each year, no, you canít work two hours and pass.