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It's funny, actually. I completely aced the Games and the Reading but totally sucked at both Logical Reasoning. WOW!
htf did I ace the games??
Damn. Oh well, at least I didn't get a 140.
There goes my dreams. Happy Holidays.
« on: November 23, 2005, 01:06:20 PM »
It was my impression that Law Schools don't see these grades unless you want them to
No, I believe schools evaluate most applicants through their junior year. It is optional to send an updated transcript for admission consideration, but you must send it in before you graduate to prove you got a degree.
i really think it's also about luck. i am really good at the linear, sequencing, and grouping. i have trouble sometimes with the games that have multiple tasks and that are kinda hard to diagram.
sometimes i get 22/24 correct, sometimes 11/24. it depends on the games i get.
« on: November 19, 2005, 08:56:55 PM »
I have a question about this. Do people who submit their apps. now and plan to take the Dec. LSAT get placed in a line for these kinds of apps. or does it not matter as long as we submit the apps. before the Dec. LSAT comes out?
My plan is to apply this week so that I can instantly become complete once my score gets released in late December. I am just wondering if this matters, like if there is a line already being made for people like me OR if it is a random process for people who submit apps. that are not complete?
Cool. I'm glad I'm not alone on that. After so many tests, I pretty much know when I am falling behind or doing well now. My goal for the real thing will be to try to finish each section. If I do that, I should get a good score.
Personally, I think using a timer causes too much anxiety. Like, for example, sometimes I look at my watch and notice that I am like 10 minutes into the LR section and have only completed 6-7 questions and then I kind of stress out about it, but in the end it turns out that I finish on time.
I think the best way to go is just to practice doing timed sections at home. That way, you get a sense of when you are falling behind and need to increase your speed without the stress caused by noticing you are a little behind.
That said, does anyone else mark down the top of their section the exact time you started and just use your watch to see how many minutes you have left for that section? Is this a bad idea? I just think it will get kind of annoying always setting my timer every new game, reading passage, etc..