I was second to last in my group finishing the cursive sample. I had to stop half way through as I got a hand cramp!
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I had the Loggerhead turtles question and I had LG RC LR LG LR.
i had two LG sections (1 and 4) and i'm drawing a total blank on what principle/application questions even are... i know we can't be too specific but anything you can give me to jog my memory and i might be able to help you...
As a principle I choose not to apply my memory to past torture...
I deleted my posts after reading the sticky from LSAC at the top of the board. I didn't realize that we weren't allowed to even discuss the test. I thought we were able to talk about it in general without giving anything away about the answers or even how to answer the questions but obviously this is even too far according to LSAC. I am going to abstain from further discussion.
I deleted my posts after reading the sticky from LSAC at the top of the board. I didn't realize that we weren't allowed to even discuss the test in general. I thought we were able to talk about it in general without giving anything away about the answers or even how to answer the questions but obviously even in general terms this is even too far according to LSAC. I am going to abstain from further discussion.
« on: February 02, 2007, 05:36:23 PM »
How much time do the proctors give between sections. 1 minute? 3 minutes? 30 seconds? I have not seen this question addressed before and was curious. I only give myself about 1 minute in my studying and was curious. Does it vary with proctors or is it standardized?
I'm debating which LSAT strategy to take on the Feb test. Regarding reading comp., would you suggest I spend 12mins on each passage to do three passages well, or to attempt all four passages?
I had this same dilemma on the games section. You answered your own question, 16 is much better than 13. Go into the test anticipating doing only 3 passages and if you have a passage that is easy your free time can be allotted to the fourth passage. It is better to do 3 thoroughly than 4 hurried. Also like someone else posted, do the passage with the most questions first.
ignore comments from those that tell you to study harder and do all 4. If you are taking the Feb test you cannot feasibly increase your RC speed and accuracy IMHO. I believe that you could do 3 really well and thus your focus should be there and not trying to "finish".
Here's my advice: find out what textbooks Cooley Law School uses. Start reading those and get a leg-up on your soon-to-be Cooley classmates... maybe if you can squirm into the top 50% of Cooley you can find employment after law school.
xoxohth.com called and they requested that you return, in other words please leave your sarcasm at the door for people asking for honest advie. Degrading remarks such as yours shine light upon your own shortcomings.