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June 14 Lsat Scores

nathanielmark

Re: June 14 Lsat Scores
« Reply #20 on: July 02, 2004, 07:44:15 PM »
yeah, actually, zpops, if you wouldnt mind sending me your app either to use as a model of what a good app looks like. if you are cool with that... nj_1975@yahoo.com

Victor

Re: June 14 Lsat Scores
« Reply #21 on: July 02, 2004, 07:49:26 PM »
I dont understand how the median score is 150 when it seems everyone here had high scores 163-171. This is very peculiar.

Nonetheless, congrats to everyone who did well.


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Re: June 14 Lsat Scores
« Reply #22 on: July 02, 2004, 07:53:32 PM »
I dont understand how the median score is 150 when it seems everyone here had high scores 163-171. This is very peculiar.

Nonetheless, congrats to everyone who did well.



If I had to venture a guess - I'd have to wager that the scores are so high here because the people on this board represent the (surprisingly) small minority of people who put in an unbelievable amount of study time on the LSATs.

You could not imagine how many people walk into this test blind. Couldn't even begin to imagine.

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Re: June 14 Lsat Scores
« Reply #23 on: July 02, 2004, 08:16:39 PM »
174 - I can't believe it. Way higher than I thought it would be. I'm in shock.

Re: June 14 Lsat Scores
« Reply #24 on: July 02, 2004, 08:29:34 PM »
Most def.  People on these boards seem to self select and arethe types that are very interested in all things law school.  I for one probably did about thirty tests in all, plus stuff out of kaplan/pr type books.  I wonder if scores would improve by trading some msg board time for lsat prep.  In my case I only discovered this board after I'd taken the test, so I can't blame you all and you're scintillating discussion for anything.

My June 14 LSAT

RC  27/28
LR1 25/25
LR2 24/26
LG  20/22

Raw 96
Scaled 177

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Re: June 14 Lsat Scores
« Reply #25 on: July 02, 2004, 08:41:21 PM »
I don't know, Just.  I think the smartness is just contagious on the board...

Just kidding.  I agree with you.

inthesun

Re: June 14 Lsat Scores
« Reply #26 on: July 02, 2004, 09:01:24 PM »
I am sooooo jealous of everybody!  Good job to all! 

I did a 165, and here's the gut wrencher:

NINE wrong on my first section (arguments). More than all other sections COMBINED
5 in my second (reading comp)
0 in my fourth (games)
3 in my last (arguments)

I could either look at this as:
A) Off to a rocky start, I did a great job pulling my sh*t together and still managing to break the 90%.

-OR-

B) nice way to f*** up what could have been a better score. 

I'll go with A.  What can I say?  A born optimist.  93% isn't too shabby, and my aspirations to go to U of Washington aren't thrown away.   :)

M2

Re: June 14 Lsat Scores
« Reply #27 on: July 02, 2004, 10:32:21 PM »
a 165 is a very good score. That was my original goal.
Definitely dont look down on your score...

Re: June 14 Lsat Scores
« Reply #28 on: July 02, 2004, 10:52:22 PM »
Raw 89, Score 170, Rank 98

LR 20/25  ???
RC 27/28  :D
LG 17/22  ::)
LR 25/26  :o

I'm am beside myself tickled. Not bad for 16 years out of school at home with the kids! And you T14ers, count me as one less 170er taking up a spot... University of Colorado, here I come! (now I just gotta get admitted...)

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Re: June 14 Lsat Scores
« Reply #29 on: July 03, 2004, 12:44:42 AM »
I am sooooo jealous of everybody!  Good job to all! 

I did a 165, and here's the gut wrencher:

NINE wrong on my first section (arguments). More than all other sections COMBINED
5 in my second (reading comp)
0 in my fourth (games)
3 in my last (arguments)

I could either look at this as:
A) Off to a rocky start, I did a great job pulling my sh*t together and still managing to break the 90%.

-OR-

B) nice way to f*** up what could have been a better score. 

I'll go with A.  What can I say?  A born optimist.  93% isn't too shabby, and my aspirations to go to U of Washington aren't thrown away.   :)

Great Job!  You have to change your name now inthesun=>intherain  ;)