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What do you know about UCLA?

That the football team will lose this Saturday


but the mental fatigue you experience during the test that causes you to miss questions, is not the same kind of fatigue you'll be feeling after sitting in a chair for 5hrs, thats more of a physical exhaustion.....oh well, to each their own......good luck next week.

Thanks, and good luck to you, also.

But I'm unclear what you are saying?  I miss questions in the fifth section because I'm mentally fatigued particularly if it's been 3 LR sections. If I'm taking back-to-back tests, I'll be mental fatigued and, well, I guess physically fatigued.  I've worked for the last 10 year, which entails sitting in a chair for 8 to 12 hours a day, so I've got that part covered.


I don't see the wisdom in taking back to back practice tests especially in light of the fact that you only have finite practice tests.....

True, there is a finite amount of tests; however, there is 8 days until the test, so the number of tests is inconsequential.  My rationale and goal is to build mental endurance because my score is well above what I need for my choice of schools.

I think thats a very bad idea. When you take prep test you want to be around other people who are working.  It simulates the distraction.  Everytime i am alone i do better. But that is not realistic. It is dead silient. On test day it will be a lot of nervous movment.

A very bad idea?  Bold statement based on an assumption you cannot prove.  What made you think its "dead quite"?  Regardless, I'd wager that our proposed situation is more realistic than a "student starbucks."

Do you have to get permission from your test center to do that?  I would LOVE to try that but I'm taking the LSAT at UF and I'm not a UF student.  Can I just show up there?

I'm taking mine at a community college, and I've been taking PT for the last 2 weeks in the EXACT room at the same time.   If it's empty, just show up and act like you own the place.

Saturday afternoon - Tailgating and Attending USC game

USC at UW on LSAT day, I'll be there!

1. Three pratice tests in in the a.m.; two back to back
2. Watch UW dismantle UCLA
3.  Back to Back Pratice tests
4. Watch the UFC Lidell knock-out Jardine
5. Have sex with wife
5. Have sex with wife
6. take the kids and the dog to the park
7. three practice tests back to back
8.  Watch the Seahawks lose, again.
9. Have sex with future wife

Studying for the LSAT / Re: University of St. Thomas School of Law
« on: September 19, 2007, 11:22:19 PM »
No application fee.... 

Studying for the LSAT / Re: How to Sleep Well for Test Day
« on: September 18, 2007, 07:42:40 PM »
I wish my problem was solved that easily.  My lack of sleep is due to a teething 1 year old baby who has his nights and days mixed up.  I can't give this stuff to him can I?  (just kidding!!!)  I really hope this kid cuts those molars soon so I can get back on schedule.

My white trash cousin uses nyquil and a bottle

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