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« on: September 23, 2006, 11:12:50 PM »
I was just wondering if peopl etend to do better on the actual tests rather than on diagnostics? I spoke to several NYU LS students and they said that their performance on the actual tests was much higher than on the diagnostics, so I was wondering if that persists among the majority of people or it's just they had a lucky day?
« on: September 17, 2006, 12:20:01 PM »
So, I'm taking the september test at Saint John's. Anyone knows anything about that test center? Although I live pretty close to it, I know nothing about the school's facilities. and to those who go to that school, the test will be taken in St. Albert's hall room B70-75. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
« on: September 02, 2006, 10:42:45 PM »
I took a testmasters class and at the end of teh course they give you a bunch of questions that are downloadale from their site. I decided to use them and studied only LR for the past two weeks,, today I decided to go over LG and OMFG I'm messing up like Bush in Iraq. I used tobe able to solve all of the problems and answer at least 80% of the correct, now I barely finish 3 problems and get 50% correct. So I'm wondering if you folks think I should cram LG only, or maybe do at least 2 games a day sO I don't lose my skills. If anyone had this type of experience plz tell me what you did.
« on: July 17, 2006, 10:30:30 AM »
I live IN NYC and people who take the LSAT here know how crazy it is with test centers. I wanted to register for the LSAT in June when there were still tests centers available in my area, but then for some odd reason I decided to wait till July. I signed up the LSAt about a week ago and unfortunatley the only tests center that was available in the NYC was in Brooklyn, I live in Queens and it's gonan take me about 3 hhours to get to that location, since the test is going to be at 8 A.m. That means I'll have to wake up at like 4 a.m. to eat, shower and get there on time ( I don;t ahve a car so the fastes way for me to get there is by train). Well, my question is, is it possible to switch my test center to the one that is unavailable? I couldn;t find any info on the LSAC website about it. So if you had or have the same problem and were able to solve it here, please post away.
« on: April 28, 2006, 11:39:50 AM »
I'm thinking of taking a testmasters course in the summer, but I'm not sure if I should take one that starts in June, or some time closer to the LSAT date.
I want your opinions and experiences on taking some type of an LSAT course and how much does the time gap between the LSAT and the course you took mattered?
« on: March 22, 2006, 02:57:29 PM »
As the topic says, there are no A+'s in my school, otherwise it follows a standard grading sytem (B+, B,B-, etc).
So am I just screwed out of 4.33 and will just get 4.0?
« on: March 22, 2006, 11:07:02 AM »
I'm asking this question because I'm not sure if I should write about my grand parents being executed by Stalin. Me living through a government change, my family getting screwed up again and such. Those are very personal things and I do not want the Admission Council to think that I want pity.
« on: March 19, 2006, 02:43:17 PM »
I was just wondering when I should take the LSAT, I'm planning on taking it in September which will be my 1st semester of a junior year, but I'm not sure if it is kind of early cause most people I know take it at the end of their junior year.