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1.Borderline impossible comparitive reading. This was not the usual hard passage. You can not just answer the main point  and structure questions. It was a complex issue that i am sure most people really did not know much about.

2. Borderline crazy hybrid game

3. No basic linear game. ( it was a pure sequencing game) takes me longer than linear games.

4. Logic reasoning questions difficulty not in their usual order. Some people i talked about how their timing was off. Mine was too. I looked at my watch and i was on question 9 and 15 minutes had passed.  I ended up finihing because the questions seemed to get easier towards the end. But i think a lot of people did not even get to those questions.

I am calling it now. Oct 97 scale. Of course we will never know.

Whatcha been smoking dude?  Oct '97 scale  ???

96 out of 100 for a 180
84 out of 100 for a 170

Dream on!!!!   Those days are long since past, not to mention that that was the MOST generous scale of modern day LSAT history.  I guess it's ok to fantasize, as long as you are clear that it is a fantasy, just like a disney movie. 

We can still dream though, right?  Where can we get the scoring scales for all the LSATs online?

News Discussion / Re: Mass Shootings
« on: February 17, 2008, 07:23:31 PM »
^ unknown, you still have a greater chance of something bad happening in harlem alone at night than in a classroom.

your fear is ridiculously unwarranted.

Agreed.  There is no statistically significant rise in school shootings or shootings in any formal organization than there have been in the past.  If anything, it has been decreasing.  The only difference is the fear and paranoia-induced environment that news agencies have taken to promote through their extremely biased and slanted reporting especially in the recent years with the fake "war on terror".  It should properly be called "War of Fear-Mongering". They tell you about these "horrific acts" and then tell you to be on your way like this is something that happens every day.  It doesn't happen every day.  It happens almost never.  Just when something like this is repeated over and over again on the "news" do you get this subconscious alteration of your schema on personal safety in public settings.

News Discussion / Re: another huge victory clinton!
« on: February 17, 2008, 07:10:45 PM »
Doesn't seem like she is going to do so well now.

News Discussion / Re: another huge victory clinton!
« on: February 17, 2008, 07:08:15 PM »
Doesn't look like she is doing too well now though.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: what books to buy
« on: February 17, 2008, 06:52:45 PM »
Don't buy the LSAC actual official books because BP will probably give you all the same questions.

Agreed, they are probably going to give you many of the questions contained in the LSAT official books.  You still might want to buy some of the "10 Actual, Official LSAT Tests" though for self-practice.

Here's the link to the lsac shop to order them:

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