« on: June 01, 2006, 12:44:01 PM »
What about PrepTest 23? It's an older test, but it's the one with the ridiculously easy scale.
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Maybe I'm going to the wrong place...this is what I see:
Monday, June 12, 2006
Score by E-Mail For online account holders only. No additional charge. July 3, 2006, 10 A.M. (ET)
Telscore 215.968.1200 $10.00 fee July 3, 2006, 7 P.M. (ET)
Score Report Mailed Additional charges may apply. July 10, 2006
To get there, I logged into my account and clicked the link for additional information about the Item Response Review and scrolled up a bit. Are there other methods?
In case we're all going the same route, a geographic and last name break down would be interesting. I live in South Texas and my last name is fairly far from "A."
I had an absolutely hellish spring semester (I had several ridiculous historical research courses at the same time) and had to leap immediately into LSAT prep when it finished on May 9th. Because of this, I plan on taking a rural vacation within a few days of the 12th. I am looking forward to that a great deal. Since you guys have given me the idea, I might just bring my LSAT prep stuff to burn in a bonfire.
Oh yeah, has anyone else had problems with the "10 actual" series of books? By the time I finished doing four tests, they would detach from the spine and fall apart. Cheap junk, I hope it burns well.
Yep, my SuperPrep fell apart after a couple weeks. The "10 actual" books seemed to be more durable but the 2nd one just started losing pages.
October 2002 test for me --
2 wrong LR
2 wrong RC
1 wrong LG
I don't know what makes the difference in my scores. Several times I've gotten scores in the 170's only to be followed by a score in the high 160's. I think it has a great deal to do with how tired I am, my mindset, and how much pressure I put on myself to score highly (ie: more is worse for me).