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**Studying for the LSAT / Re: A Four-Point Difference (like 166 to 170) is Immense**

« **on:**November 03, 2007, 09:32:40 AM »

A difference of 4 or 5 questions is a lot. I looked over the test after I received my score, and although I understand my mistakes now, I still would have chosen my original answers if I were to write it again fresh. There were 2 questions where I could see myself conceivably choosing the right answer now, instead of what I'd originally chosen. So I really don't know where I would get an extra 4 or 5 points. And this is with being careful.

There isn't any room for carelessness on the real test, and I think that's the way it should be. I was careless on practice tests, and that was frustrating because "I" knew that I knew the right answer. But no one else would know, and there's no other way to prove you know it, short of getting it right.

There isn't any room for carelessness on the real test, and I think that's the way it should be. I was careless on practice tests, and that was frustrating because "I" knew that I knew the right answer. But no one else would know, and there's no other way to prove you know it, short of getting it right.