All 16 of those are epic funny!
All 16 of those are epic funny!
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Although there are too many variations of words to give you a list, you bring up a good point: a lot of points can be had or missed on the LSAT by just being sensitive to words.
Before you mark your right answer, make sure its scope and direction matches the question's and passages'.
Best of luck.
Let us know how it goes.
Waking up your brain takes more than waking up early.
Plan for how you will have LSAT energy when you need it.
Yes, waking-up early may be a part of it, but so is going to sleep early, eating right, exercising, etc., etc.
Your LSAT score reflects how you get your brain ready, so make sure on test-day it is as crisp, clear, and as powerful as possible.
I read online that when getting to test center, you can be expected to wait a hour to get a room, since the December test says I have to be there at 8:30 what would be the actual time
People are in room and starting (after instructions).
also im having trouble getting energized after waking up at 6 - though now
I have no issues with it - is it normal ?
Months of studying and looking forward to a date - i have no choice but to take it as im hoping to get admissions for 2012.
Anyone familiar with MLIC? They guarantee a score of 165.
Timed practice is largely overrated. Take a timed test once a week just to see what neighborhood your score is in and to get a feel for your pacing. It's counter intuitive, but your speed is going to come from slow, deliberate practice, not racing the clock.
Also, I suspect your score is going to be high enough that you can't justify skipping the "hard" questions.
The one thing I would add to this is that even with untimed practice you want to be developing the habits that you will actually use on the test. Sounds obvious, but I found that I had certain habits in untimed practice that I completely disregarded when I was up against the clock. Develop the habits in untimed practice that can still be useful taking the test.
Yeah, I have the book and pdf also. You need all the preptests since it's not included in the book. I'm comparing my initial setup with the ones provided by the book. I'm still a little bit confused on grouping, and other advanced games. But I've got basic linear down. My setup for others are still a little bit off. It's kind of hard, since I'm teaching myself material based on the book.
Plus the book doesnt provide you with explainations for all of the questions. They only provide setup diagram, a brief explanation about the game, and address 1 or 2 complicated questions in each game. Worth getting, if you want to ace the LG section.
hello,can u pls send me the pdf (if possible ) to firstname.lastname@example.org ,i am a student and i need the LSAT logic games ultimate setup also LSAT kaplan 180 for RC,it would be really helpful if u can send me .....
I'm a current undergrad sophomore, rising Junior, and just today I jumped into LSAT prep for the first time. I figured the best way to start was to take the free practice test from LSAC, and time myself like I was taking the actual test. My score, with no previous preparation, was a 159. From what I've read that sounds like a pretty decent place to be in right off the bat. My GPA is sitting a little low for my tastes, at a 3.2, but that's after 4 credits of French to fulfill my language requirement that didn't go so well, and I anticipate mostly smooth sailing (depending on how Stats goes next year) from here on out. Based on my performance in all my major related classes so far (Political Science), which have been almost all As with a few Bs, I think it's realistic to expect I'll get something between a 3.3-3.5 by the time I graduate.
I can't really afford the super expensive LSAT prep courses, so my plan is basically to get my hands on as many real practice tests as I possibly can and start doing those over the summer with the goal of taking it spring of my junior year. Do I sound like I'm on a solid track? And is there any other practice advice you guys have? I'd like to try and get that 159 up to a high 160 somethin' or I mean, maybe even something round 170 (a boy can dream).
I have no illusions about getting into a T-14 or anything, but would a top 50ish school be a reasonable goal with a 3.3-3.5 GPA and a 160-170 LSAT score?
In general just wanted to say Hi and ask for any advice you guys might have. Thanks!