Baff, you had to pee too? Man I wanted to walk out and pee so bad as well. But I held it in and made it to the break. The last two reading comp passages in section 3 suffered as a result though.
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I just hope on breaking 160 on Saturday. I wonder if it's possible, and I wonder if you can tell me. Although my scores aren't up on TM, I got the answers and the scale from the test and compared them to what I circled on the booklet.
I believe the raw score was 72. Which got me a 158. The RC passage about the Latin killed me. As for LR2, I got stuck on a few problems for a little too long, and had to guess the last four. I guess it's possible, but I shouldn't bet on it, since I won't know what'll happen next on Saturday.
Law School Applications / Re: How Much Higher/Lower is Your Actual LSAT Score Compare to Practice Scores?« on: September 22, 2004, 04:47:36 AM »
Maybe this whole thing about scoring lower is due to the fatigue factor (the extra unscored section). That is, unless you guys usually do 5 sections on your own. Damn, I don't want a 155.
I did a practice test today and died on the logic games as usual. After testing, I took another look at the games without the pressure and made all the critical deductions without breaking a sweat. I realized what was killing me all along. The fact that I dive right into a game and try to wing it. So the moral of the story? Relax and make deductions but don't be lazy and try to wing it like me!