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Studying for the LSAT / Re: You mastered LG Bible ... what was the result?
« on: November 12, 2004, 11:21:10 AM »
  I think I understand the games better now, and can even enjoy doing them. 

Are you seriously still doing games even after you took the LSAT?  They have become less of a nuisance for me and I am doing well on the seciton, but I can't imagine why anyone would want to partake in these games for enjoyment. 

There must be a million possible things you can do for enjoyment then lsat games. 

Come on man. ;)

Studying for the LSAT / Re: People taking Dec. Test...........
« on: November 12, 2004, 09:14:47 AM »
Studying about 4 hours a day.  Have been studyting for about 6 months now and I cant emphazise it enough the steady progression in my studying is the most important component to my current scores in the 170s. Essentially I let all the material and advice from the 10 books I bought come together in my mind and gradually have deduced a method of attack that works for me.  I dont suggest studying for more then that unless you are still working on your stradegy for each section.  Mostly now I am taking practice exams off of the books I have old test and cds.

Good luck

Studying for the LSAT / Re: You mastered LG Bible ... what was the result?
« on: November 12, 2004, 09:07:24 AM »
I wouldnt say I mastered it but I do utilize alot of the techniques especially the NotLaw formulas.  In regards to the game section I think the biggest help was just continual doing problems.  The more you train the more you inherently know how to attack a game and come up with diagrams and deductions that will help you answer all the questions.  I went from getting 12x per section down to 4x per section usually the question that is too time consuming I just guess on.  Still have 3 weeks to go though I think I can knock it down to 2x per section to put me in line with my LR and RC score giving me 8x in total for the test.

Good luck on the 4th everyone.  Its a big f-ing day.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: What to do about canceling?
« on: October 02, 2004, 02:58:30 PM »
I've never thought about doing anything other than going to law school next year....  Now I'm wondering if I'll have to take a year off and find a job. 

Also, does anyone know if you ever see your score if you cancel?

Thanks guys.

Katie, I think taking a year off is a big mistake.  Unless you where sick or missed a complete section I wouldn't worry about it.  People are failing to realize a very important fact here.  It doesnt really matter what law school you go to as long as you get into one.  Whats really important is passing the BAR and becoming a good attorney.  I'm doing fairly well on my LSATs but I realize that after I am in Law School and an attorney it doesn't matter.  After you get your first job and have some experience you will be able to get another job and they won't care what law school you went to.  Again whats important is being a good attorney which involves being intelligent and knowing how to deal with people.

I'd recommend speaking to any lawyer friends you have and get their advice.  Don't waste a year.  Become a lawyer as soon as you can.

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