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Where should I go next fall? / Re: High GPA, Low LSAT
« on: July 28, 2008, 02:51:27 AM »

BTW - Keep up with the personal attacks. It really helps your argument and makes your appear reasonable.  ;)

Agreed, irrational personal attacks haven't really helped you here.

Is this kind of like the, I know you are but what am I game?

P.S. lol

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Self Study vs. Prep Class
« on: July 28, 2008, 02:50:38 AM »
Let me add, for someone scoring in the 150 range, there is probably something fundamentally wrong. In this case, I would recommend a prep course, especially if the person is able to read quickly enough to finish all of the sections in time.

160+ = different story.

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Studying for the LSAT / Self Study vs. Prep Class
« on: July 28, 2008, 02:48:20 AM »
Please feel free to discuss. Here is my view:

Prep Class: Lot of time spent studying material you may already know. Very expensive.

PowerScore Bible/Previous Tests: Can spend time focusing on specific weaknesses. Relatively inexpensive.

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: High GPA, Low LSAT
« on: July 28, 2008, 02:44:22 AM »
^^^ Flame, spam troll. Go talk about the importance and benefits of Kaplan with someone else. I will reiterate, Kaplan and other prep classes might benefit someone scoring sub 150, but for anyone who has scored 160+ on an actual test, they are going to find these classes are a waste of time and money.

The OP would make a more efficient use of his/her time and money by hitting the PowerScore Bible HARD and taking previous tests on his/her own. I don't care what your advice is, poll people who scored 170+ and most will agree with me.

I know someone who took the Kaplan class. He went in on the first day and it was so dummied down he requested a refund. Those classes are a joke, period. Take your spam trolling from prep classes elsewhere.

*Sigh*  ::) :P

Okay, you're flame, we get it.

Good luck when you do take your LSAT.  Hope you learn something on these boards. 

I apologize to everyone for thinking he was real/serious. 

::)

"Dictionary: ad hominem - adj.

Appealing to personal considerations rather than to logic or reason: Debaters should avoid ad hominem arguments that question their opponents' motives."

Were you talking to yourself?   ;) :-*

lol

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: High GPA, Low LSAT
« on: July 28, 2008, 02:44:02 AM »
There's no reason anyone who does well on the exam will necessarily understanding anything at all about the test (including the scoring scale, or best prep techniques) -- that's my point.  Some people, like Robin Singh, simply have a strong aptitude for it, and will do well the first time they see it.

The difference is that people like Robin also eventually studied the exam, and learned how to help people with it.

Even Robin Singh has sub 170 test days too. It is called a variance i.e. standard deviation. Stop touting your knowledge and spam/trolling your prep course services.

You're still not reading and thinking.  This should work well for you in law school.  Good luck at your TTT.  ;)

At this point, I will simply respond to your personal attacks, trolling and spam with - "lol"

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: High GPA, Low LSAT
« on: July 28, 2008, 02:43:10 AM »
What practice exam did you supposedly break 170 on?  Was it timed?


December 2007, actual test buddy. My first and only actual test.

So in other words, even in your own fictional world, you ARE new to the exam.  Thanks.

And Warren Buffett was "new" to finance when he made his first billion. I would rather listen to someone who tried, succeeded and moved on, than someone spam trolling their services.

BTW - Keep up with the personal attacks. It really helps your argument and makes your appear reasonable.  ;)

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: High GPA, Low LSAT
« on: July 28, 2008, 02:41:44 AM »
^^^ Flame, spam troll. Go talk about the importance and benefits of Kaplan with someone else. I will reiterate, Kaplan and other prep classes might benefit someone scoring sub 150, but for anyone who has scored 160+ on an actual test, they are going to find these classes are a waste of time and money.

The OP would make a more efficient use of his/her time and money by hitting the PowerScore Bible HARD and taking previous tests on his/her own. I don't care what your advice is, poll people who scored 170+ and most will agree with me.

I know someone who took the Kaplan class. He went in on the first day and it was so dummied down he requested a refund. Those classes are a joke, period. Take your spam trolling from prep classes elsewhere.

*Sigh*  ::) :P

Okay, you're flame, we get it.

Good luck when you do take your LSAT.  Hope you learn something on these boards. 

I apologize to everyone for thinking he was real/serious. 

::)

"Dictionary: ad hominem - adj.

Appealing to personal considerations rather than to logic or reason: Debaters should avoid ad hominem arguments that question their opponents' motives."

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: People PTing in the 170 - 175 range
« on: July 28, 2008, 02:38:29 AM »
When I do a timed LG section outside of a full exam (IE, just do the LG section from an older exam and don't do the LR or RC), I have no problem getting nearly all the questions done, but I can never get more than 18 to 20 done when I'm doing them in an actual testing situation. When I did the LGB I went through pretty thoroughly, but I plan on looking over it every few weeks to refresh. While I was doing it, I was scoring between 20 and 24 correct in each LG section I did, but now I'm back down to 16 to 18 correct. Oh well; I've got plenty of material to practice on.

And you were telling me you are scoring 99%+ on real tests in another thread?  ??? ???

 ::) ::)

Miss 10-15 questions and you are out of the 170s. With giving up 6-10 questions in one section, are you acing every other section?!  ??? ??? ???

 ::) ::)

 :o :o

That's not Lindbergh's post, that's a post from snickersnicker.  He just jacked up the quote.

Perfect score Lindbergh can't properly quote?  :o

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: High GPA, Low LSAT
« on: July 28, 2008, 02:37:46 AM »
There's no reason anyone who does well on the exam will necessarily understanding anything at all about the test (including the scoring scale, or best prep techniques) -- that's my point.  Some people, like Robin Singh, simply have a strong aptitude for it, and will do well the first time they see it.

The difference is that people like Robin also eventually studied the exam, and learned how to help people with it.

Even Robin Singh has sub 170 test days too. It is called a variance i.e. standard deviation. Stop touting your knowledge and spam/trolling your prep course services.

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: High GPA, Low LSAT
« on: July 28, 2008, 02:36:37 AM »
What practice exam did you supposedly break 170 on?  Was it timed?


December 2007, actual test buddy. My first and only actual test.

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