« on: September 29, 2009, 08:41:09 PM »
Yes.. The 'LSD obsessed' is actually what you think it is... Her comments are frequent and useless. But they are funny sometimes...
julie see clear-thinking not your specialty.
I had to cancel. I felt decent about it except for the airplane LG.
The problem was my proctor. During my first section, he kept telling me to bubble in my name, account number and all that other stuff WHILE i was working on my first section., meaning he already started the test. I kept ignoring him but he kept interrupting me and eventually i gave up and bubbled the stuff in. He made a few other people do the same thing. I lost about 3-4 mins on that section, and because it was RC i didnt really have enough time to adequately complete and ready the last passage.
It really threw me off for the rest of the test. I complained to the main guy and he told me to file a complaint with LSAC. I'm pretty sure noting is going to happen to i just cancelled.
For the logic games, I would assume (yes, this is a flawed assumption but @#!* it, I'm not in LSAT mode right now) it had to be likely that any one with 23 questions was the real one. I know it doesn't really apply since things change randomly, but in all my latest preptests (55,56,57), the logic games were only 23 questions long. And the RC was usually 28. Seriously, wth. Why put the most questions on the part where you already have to read the most. Seems unnecessarily difficult.
Anyways. For the RC/LR/LR/LR/LG, I really hope that the second LR (Section 3) was the experimental. I'm just glad that one of those two was though since I did great on section 4.
I remember sitting with my LSAT testbook closed as they were reading the instructions and looking at the faint text through the front of the paper cover. At first I was like, "Yes, I think it is LR first" then I saw the faint outline of the line numbers for the paragraphs and said a little, "oh @#!* me." in my head.
My first thought after that was the chance I might have two RC sections with one of them being experimental.
For me, my order of preference for what kind of experimental section I would have gotten would have been: 1.LG 2.LR 3.RC