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environmintyfreshness:
I was "if I look like I'm overprepared, maybe that will up my score" girl. I had two bottles of apple juice and two granola bars (I ended up sharing at break with someone who'd forgotten to bring anything), and eight pencils, two pencil sharpeners, two erasers, and a new watch (analog). Everything but the food was pink. Half of it was just wanting to see what the nervous wrecks would do when I set out my office-store-supply of pink in an orderly array on my desk, and half of me was reassured by the OCD nature of having matching supplies. I talked to "what test is this again?" guy beforehand (I got into town 4 hours early, ate at an adorable hole-in-the-wall diner, and still sat outside the room for two hours before any proctors showed up) and he had no idea what was even tested on the LSAT. It made me feel better about myself.

sonofapickle.:
so?


--- Quote from: hilljack on October 04, 2005, 06:40:31 PM ---Some LSAT test takers are funnier than others.

There is survival kit guy.  You are not sure if he is planning on taking the LSAT or spending three days in the woods.  This guy brings three bottles of water, a variety of snacks and his entire medicine cabenet into the room. 

Meditation guy was funny too.  I don't know if whatever this guy was doing was relaxing, but biting my lip to not laugh at him was.  He didn't throw a rug on the ground, but did everything short of it.

Oh, and we had a four cups of coffee girl.  You will notice this girl is finishing her last cup in the testing room.  She is the one who sprinted out of the room at the break to go pee.  Classic.

Does anybody have any other stories of funny LSAT test takers?

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SmilingFish:
LOL, you guys are making me nervous!~

testingld:
Consider being tested to see if you might benefit from accommodations, due to an undiagnosed learning disability. Perhaps your processing speed does not support your extraordinary verbal abilities.
Should you be tested and learning disability as mentioned be identified. it is possible to appeal to LSAC for accommodations including extra time on the LSAT.
 www.testingld.com

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--- Quote from: testingld on April 24, 2014, 08:22:29 PM ---Consider being tested to see if you might benefit from accommodations, due to an undiagnosed learning disability. Perhaps your processing speed does not support your extraordinary verbal abilities.
Should you be tested and learning disability as mentioned be identified. it is possible to appeal to LSAC for accommodations including extra time on the LSAT.
 www.testingld.com

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I am bored and bringing up dead threads, I know, I'm a bad person (especially at the risk that this was spam for the company the link was for) BUT...............good point on the getting tested thing. I knew folks who were "most likely on the fence" but when it came bar exam time it was pretty much too late. "could" they have tried? Kind of/maybe, but I knew a few who tried and were (in a very aggressive tone) asked "why NOW is it coming up, why OUT OF NOWHERE???" So, best get it done sooner vs later.

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