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My GUESS is that when the cancel finally goes through, if you've changed the date, then it will be canceled and you will have to re-sign up for the test. Like, changing the date changes it in your online services thingy on LSAC, and then the cancel would go through and that test date would be removed.

I changed my test date just now. So will they give me back my 33 dollars? It is ther fault. They did not claim if you do not show you can change your test date. They simply said last day to change test date is june 12th.

any answers?

You can only just change the date if you didn't show up, I think.  This will be a cancellation on your record.

I do not think so. It says clearly the last day to change your test date is June 12th. Unless they have something else in there.

I can't find anywhere that answers this question which is odd because you think it would happen quite a bit.

The last test i cancalled did not even give me this option. I think its new? Before i  belive could only change your test date the day before the LSAT.

No way could you change the day of the LSAT. It is weird. It does not even show that i took the June LSAT. But i will still send a cancellation letter.

Studying for the LSAT / The no Digital Timer screwed me
« on: June 11, 2007, 04:32:17 PM »
Anyone else? I know its my fault for not taking it seriously. But i could not pace myself. I could spent too little time on a problem. Or too long on a problem. So you end up rushing.

Next time i think i am going to wear a digital  watch and say forget it. You know the general amount of time you have with an analog. But it is hard to time yourself per problem.

lol you have the same question as me. I changed my test date. If you can change your test date does it still count as a cancel? Since technically i changed it before the deadline?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Any funny or frustrating incidents?
« on: June 11, 2007, 04:26:15 PM »
Does this ever happen? I got two games sections in the first three sections and in the second one (S#3), there were two games EXACTLY as they had been before. One of them was the one with the greyhounds versus labrador, 1st 2nd 3rd 4th place. male/female etc. Not even the "names" of the dogs had changed. (i.e. they used the same letters) So that's the experimental, right? but why experiment with games that have already been used???

I guess its new? It stinks. I think they are running out of experimentals.

RC? I did not have that in my experimental RC.

Ya RC. They gave me a repeat passage . And it was the first passage. IT stunk. I basically tuned out of the LSAT right there. Then it was hard to turn it back on.

And i always hated that passage.

This threw me off during the test too. I am trying to focus. And then i have a reading passage that i have already done in the powerscore course books.

The one about the attidues of the railroad .

It can really screw with you. You know you are doing pratice during the real test. It is hard to get back in gear.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Any funny or frustrating incidents?
« on: June 11, 2007, 04:15:56 PM »
CONSTRUCTION RIGHT OUTSIDE THE BUIDING AT UMD.  Out of all the days. I was at the same test site all weekend and nothing. Monday during test day construction.

thats why sat test takers have an advantage...most construction stops on the weekends.

It is my fault . I just have to take the test next time in places like starbucks, malls, near bars or something.

There is a lot of noise during the test. The proctors talk. Classrooms get out for the day. ONE OLD WOMEN outside my test center said WHY IS IT SO QUIET IN HERE right after the construction ended.

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