Oh, and BTW, I wish that there was a scored writing sample, though obviously there will not be one on the June 14th exam...
Thanks all. Some good approaches (like Greeny's template).I'm screwing up bad on the Logic Games section all of a sudden on my prep tests. Not sure what's up with that. I have been taking breaks from prepping, albeit breaks that are used to do homework for school.I am almost wondering if I should postpone until Oct. I would feel like a wimp if I did that but that doesn't matter when you want a good score. I know, I know...it is unlikely to raise my socre significantly by a few more months but I bet I could. It would be better than taking the LSAT twice and getting the scores averaged or whatever.I might just say @#!* it and still take it. I wish all of you bastards were feeling this way too..it would ease my mind a bit.
When in your life (no matter what field you go into) will you ever need to write spontaneously without references or even a dictionary? To me, being good at writing samples is a parlor trick.Well Skittles, I guess that's true about writing samples... but wouldn't you say that any type of testing material, due to its highly artificial nature, is really just a 'parlour trick'? I mean, when in the real world will you ever have to answer questions by bubbling in A, B, C, D, or E on your answer sheet?
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