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Messages - Primetime
« on: June 30, 2007, 11:31:27 AM »
The best thing about the new LSAT is that they use old pratice sections for the expirement section.
When i take it in september i am just going to do every test. And on test day i will check quicly if there is a passage i remember. If so i am taking a mental break for that whole section.
« on: June 30, 2007, 11:18:21 AM »
gosh darnit. yes, i was in that room, and I definitely won't appreciate your complaints if it delays my score. You don't ever get ANYTHING from this kind of complaint. They won't give you a better score, they won't do anything. The best you can hope for is an ambiguous note next to your score that won't help you one little bit in the admissions process.
What idiot keeps his cell phone on during the LSAT?
« on: June 30, 2007, 10:41:29 AM »
If you did, and if you were in the section (the left side of the room) that got "warned" by one of the proctors b/c someone's cell phone beeped during Section 3, did you send a complaint to LSAC about it? I did, and I got 2 letters back. The first was just a "we received your complaint, be advised your score may be delayed as a result" and the second (which I got yesterday) basically said "we're sorry that happened, but oh well" and said my score was on hold until I notify them whether I want to have it released or have it cancelled. If I cancel, they'll register for me for the 9/07 test for free. I definitely plan on having my score released, but was wondering if anyone else also sent a complaint and what kind of response you got?
Move on. Everyone knows sending complaints to the LSAC are worthless. There is a bunch of red tape. Hell its like going to the Apple store .Just to cancel your score.
And what do you think they are going to say? A cell phone beeping is not really under their control. I had construction at my site for a whole section. Plus classes where the teachers were making jokes in the hallway.
I wish i only had beeping.
« on: June 29, 2007, 05:21:06 PM »
yea, how late have the scores in the past come out?
It will be out today. Don't worry. Its always around this time.
They always release when the scores get updated. EVERY TIME
The LSAC always does this. They update first and the scores come out anywhere from 5 to 6 PM .
They offer it in their books. And you can get every LSAT online for free. They do not offer every test. Just in their lesson books. They sell every test for 199. And have a solutions book for 99 dollars on their website.
On one site you can get every test for free. On their site it cost 199. And the solutions cost 99 dollars.
« on: June 21, 2007, 10:34:36 PM »
Primetime, as much as I sympathize, what you're suggesting seems pretty ludicrous. I haven't taken those particular courses, but it does make sense to dedicate some time to each specific thing separately. Otherwise wouldn't it just be a big jumble in my head? At one point when I couldn't get one particular type of thing, I just did that one thing only. But you also need refreshers. That's probably where doing it on your own comes in. Their job is to teach you. Not study for you.
Its called workshops. Some courses like Kaplan extreme, griffen prep in DC, and a few others have started it. You are just praticing games for 3 hours and the teacher is like a tutor.
And they do it like once a week. That way you are getting 10 lessons on linear games instead of 1.
Its just common sense. You should not spend equal time on mapping games as you do grouping.