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offer to pay for a retake which there is no way in hell im doing.

Casa, how many times have you taken it.

I'm almost considering keeping my grade which is probably going to turn out to be 10 less then what I was getting on preps so about a 155 which sucks for me..then go through this again...

i just can't leave it though when I know i could have done better with a bit more prep.   

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: LR section
« on: December 05, 2004, 12:59:32 AM »
LR 1 definately had a different "feel" then any one I had taken before.

I think also the fact that I was extremely frusted at my s**t performance on my first RC section carried onto LR (1).

I actually like principle/reasoning questions and believe I did fairly well on them and there did seem to be alot. 

I have to cancel though due to my s**T performance on RC (1) i could have done so much better.

RC (exp) LR (2) AR I breezed through due to the fact that they where easier and it was about 10 am when my brain usually starts working like it should

Can't they give the test at Noon.  Its saturday for christs sakes no one works.

LOL thats it maybe i'll take it again in feb.....damn test :)



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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Average over 170 here?
« on: December 05, 2004, 12:41:42 AM »
I played chess at chess forum right after the test at NYU and few brews.

It was great, there should be a chess tournament to get into law school.

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why do you pay attention to the procter anyway...just bring a stop watch.

the only time I payed attention to mine was when he said stop and start

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Average over 170 here?
« on: December 05, 2004, 12:33:06 AM »
Well the only people who try to claim that there is lsat is strongly correlated with IQ are just people who did well on it and are trying to make themselves feel better about themselves

The ONLY thing that has a significant correlation with LSAT scores is performance during the first year of law school

i would apply the same logic to people who think the lsat does not have a strong correlation to IQ i.e., they most likely do poorly on the test.

I dont agree with you that it has a significant correlation to the first year of law school.

Anyway I'm taking again in feb, cancelling what I think is probably a score in the 150's need to get used to taking tests again.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Cancelling see you all in June
« on: December 04, 2004, 08:00:14 PM »
I did...i'm 28 have business and what not to attend to.

Again I think I realistically got in the mid 150's which isnt good enough for me.

Now I know the exact requirements of this "test" which include not getting up at 5, focusing on one thing "LSAT questions" for 5 hours and put in alot of studying hours in simulated conditions, conditions predominately including sitting and taking a test for 5 hours with only a 10 minute break....i will get a 160..thats all I care for.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Whoever had 2 RC sections......
« on: December 04, 2004, 07:53:59 PM »
I was in 210...everyone was shitting bricks..it was rather humorous actually.

I'm cancelling and taking the test again....I can do alot better then what i predict will be in the 150;s..chalking this one up to a nice experience

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Studying for the LSAT / Cancelling...see all you bastards in June
« on: December 04, 2004, 07:48:44 PM »
Ok i've been getting in the mid 160's on practice tests.

I don't anticipate getting higher then 155 on this test.

Not necessarily because it was difficult....the AR section was on the easy side...

LR seemed a bit different but definately managable.

I royally screwed up the RC section the one that was not experimental.

It was my first section and I was tired as hell, got up at 5 to make it to the test center and our test started at about 9.

This unfortunately doesnt fit with my head which starts working well at about 10.

I didn't start really flowing until the 3rd section which was RC for me and unfortunately experimental.

Kicked a** on the 4th section LR with maybe 1x and the games section with maybe 4x.

This test is annoying and I wouldn't recommend just going in there with the thought process similar to mine which was "I'm Johnny Genius I'll ace this test with little to no preparation"

See you in June.

Getting Drunk and going back to work on Monday.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Mostly A answers in the last game of the test??
« on: December 04, 2004, 07:47:46 PM »
one of the games had a stretch of A's i;m too drunk right now to remember or care

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Studying for the LSAT / Cancelling see you all in June
« on: December 04, 2004, 07:41:25 PM »
Ok i've been getting in the mid 160's on practice tests.

I don't anticipate getting higher then 155 on this test.

Not necessarily because it was difficult....the AR section was on the easy side...

LR seemed a bit different but definately managable.

I royally screwed up the RC section the one that was not experimental.

It was my first section and I was tired as hell, got up at 5 to make it to the test center and our test started at about 9.

This unfortunately doesnt fit with my head which starts working well at about 10.

I didn't start really flowing until the 3rd section which was RC for me and unfortunately experimental.

Kicked a** on the 4th section LR with maybe 1x and the games section with maybe 4x.

This test is annoying and I wouldn't recommend just going in there with the thought process similar to mine which was "I'm Johnny Genius I'll ace this test with little to no preparation"

See you in June.

Getting Drunk and going back to work on Monday.

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