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I'll be drinking a lot of coffee.
Actually, amphetamines and similar drugs are ineffective for focus and concentration unless the user has a genuine brain chemistry based attention span disorder. In fact, one gets slowed down if they are "normal." What it will do is wake the person up if they are sleep or unrested. But that may not improve their score much. If a student is seeing a dramatic improvement in their focus and resulting LSAT score, they may have an undiagnosed chemical imbalance.
There's no poll response option for Diet Coke?
Quote from: karl marx on June 05, 2005, 01:45:38 PMIs nobody talking about crystal meth in here yet? I hear it does wonders for LSAT scores.I'd do anything for a 175.
Is nobody talking about crystal meth in here yet? I hear it does wonders for LSAT scores.
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