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Well, both.

They take old tests and turn them into diagnostics and/or endurence practice, adding in their own section for the experimental one.  Most of the individual sections you'll find from them however are a combination of recycled questions from official tests and additional questions they've written.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Anyone else tired of Kaplan's dumb jokes?
« on: June 11, 2008, 02:58:37 PM »
Personally, I'm tired of Kaplans dumb class.


Excellent!  I was happy to pull out a mid-160s on that, and even made it through the riddled basins unscathed.  I still can't nail down LR - I'm hoping a perfect games score will compensate somewhat.

Amen to that.  Why can LG be the largest section?

It seems like LSAC said July 7th. 

Then they'll probably come out the 3rd.  Check with last year's June release date.

Last June I got my score on June 30 (a Saturday) even though the scores were supposed to come out July 2.  The test was earlier last year though, on June 11.  Judging by the past, a lot of times the scores come out the Friday before LSAC says they will, but since that's the 4th this year I'm hoping they come out on Thursday.

Wow, that'd be awesome.  I never really looked into it that much, but I had jsut kind of assumed that it'd be like a month and a half before we'd hear anything.  Two weeks later though?  I'll take that.

Anybody taking any breaks at all in this next week or so?

I'm taking for granted everyone's taking the 15th off.

I'm in.  Steady improvements the whole way.  155, 153, 153, 158, 157, 159, 162, 162, 169.

At this point I'm in a bit of a pickle.  I'm REALLY getting sick of studying.  With like ten days left I cant' decide if I want to plow through and risk completely burning out or not.

What are you guys doing?

Visits, Admit Days, and Open Houses / Re: GSU/Atlanta Discussion
« on: May 14, 2008, 12:45:34 PM »
Can anyone comment on BIGLAW placement possibilities in Atlanta for UGA grads compared to Emory or GSU grads?  Thanks.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Best book for reading comprehension?
« on: May 05, 2008, 12:52:33 PM »
RC is pretty hard to teach effectively through a book, relative to LG and LR.  Teaching yourself to read critically is something that can be practiced though.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: We're next! So who is taking in June?
« on: May 05, 2008, 12:50:41 PM »

Just got the results back on the initial Kaplan diagnostic.  157.  Choked on the last two sections.  I'll have to work on my endurence.  I was hoping for about a 160 in order to meet my 163-165 goal on test day.

This bodes evil.

Obviously it depends on the school and year.  It's pretty impossible to predict I'd say.  Personally, I'd send a deposit to somewhere you got in, and just wait and see if you get off a waitlist before you have to definitively make a decision (i.e. move or something).

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