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Studying for the LSAT / Try logic games in the browser
« on: July 27, 2012, 07:45:49 AM »

All games and analytics are free.  Tell me what you think.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: High PT -> Lower Official LSAT Score
« on: March 03, 2007, 01:50:47 AM »
I was scoring in the 168-172 range at home.  On the real thing I started the first section too relaxed; I over-paced and then kind of panicked and had to speed read the last 5 problems.

Result - 165, 93rd percentile, rejected from Mensa.

« on: March 02, 2007, 06:06:05 PM »
165 first time taker

I don't know how to feel about it

Studying for the LSAT / Re: I just got a email
« on: February 12, 2007, 06:07:08 PM »
Who sent you the email? Kaplan? couldn't have been LSAC?

I can't remember either--I was paying attention to the section headings. And I am fairly certain I saw 26-27-25-25-22

That's correct.  For the people who had LR RC LR LR LG it was 26-27-25-25-22.  I ALWAYS check the number of questions at the top of each section so that I can pace accordingly.

I had version 1 - LR (26), RC (27), LR (25), LR (25), LG (22)

Before I turned in my answer sheet I counted these, and I know I didn't miss any questions.  When I was walking out of the test room I was thinking "when I get home I'm going to see if anyone on LSD knows if the test could have 99 questions."  I messed up section 3 so I was hoping that the 99 question scenerio was not allowed, or at least unlikely.

I had that form.  I just can't see LSAC making two graded tests and thereby two curves for one LSAT administration.  That's why I think S3 was experimental for us. 

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Relaxation/Concentration Techniques
« on: February 11, 2007, 03:56:12 PM »
I'm looking for fresh perspectives on how to get "in the zone" for the LSAT.  Someone suggested some deep breathing before beginning the test, imagining that blue air is being inhaled and red air is being exhaled.  I tried this before taking a section while I was studying yesterday, and I was surprised at how much it helped me.

Any ideas along those lines?  Anything specific work (or not work at all) for those of you who took the test yesterday?

Yesterday I did some (discreet) breathing exercises while the proctor read instructions.  I ended up so relaxed by the start of the test, that I proceeded through my first section too slowly and almost blew the section.  It's actually why I'm hoping that Kaplan's correct (but I know they're not).

where do i find kaplan's discussion?


As to the op, is it always this confusing to figure out the experimental or is this unprecedented?

I cannot see the feb analysis.  Are we mistakenly listening to the Dec analysis?

This is the page it was on last night.  I honestly think they may have taken it down because I can't find it!!!

where do i find kaplan's discussion?


As to the op, is it always this confusing to figure out the experimental or is this unprecedented?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Experimental 1 or 3?
« on: February 10, 2007, 06:51:16 PM »
Did anyone have:

LR (26), RC (27), LR (26), LR (25), LG (22)?

I don't really remember whether I had 25 or 26 for Section 3, but I think it was 26.... and hoping it was NOT the experimental. Kaplan says section 1 is the experimental, but I don't really think they analyzed it enough....

Whoa!  Can you elaborate?  Kaplan does an analysis right after the test?

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