yeah thanks, now I have something to try on tonight's exam.
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I tend to trust myself too much, if I know A is right I'll put A then speed through the test end up with 8 minutes left (in the RC sections) and forget which ones I haven't reviewed _completely_. So I just male private part around for 8 minutes. Maybe I should start marking the ones I don't read all answers for... or maybe I should just read all the answers.
I know the test are scored on a normal distribution, but I find that if confronted with a harder test I get psyched out and have a harder time concentrating on subsequent sections (thinking about how much I f'ed the previous). This came up last night on test 23 (which I think is a harder test since 4 wrong answers would still get you a 180). Does anyone have any suggestions or input on this, short of "get over it."
Also, I am 3 yrs out of school and I have been rolling the thought of getting a JD around for a while, even went through all this 2 yrs ago. I was unhappy with my LSAT then (Oct. '02; 161) so I decided to retake it now. I totally blew it and let the little things get to me. When the test started and you're filling in personal info there's a little passage that you have to write and sign. I blanked, I'm an engineer and print everything in CAPS, so I ran out of time and had to go back between each section to finish it. My question is this; does anyone have the passage so I can practice?
« on: June 02, 2004, 02:56:03 PM »
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« on: June 02, 2004, 02:52:31 PM »
I am a Jr. Member. maybe that's 'cause I just decided to sign up for the test like a week and a half ago, on the last day. But I'm poundin' the books now. cramfest, I just hope I can go 2 weeks without fizzling.