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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #60 on: June 03, 2006, 08:32:18 PM »
You taking the test on Monday?

Yep. I don't quite have the capacity to score a 176 though...:)

Just so you know - it's not a matter of capacity; it's a matter of familiarity with the test, and of practice of the right kind.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #61 on: June 03, 2006, 08:37:38 PM »
You taking the test on Monday?

Yep. I don't quite have the capacity to score a 176 though...:)

Just so you know - it's not a matter of capacity; it's a matter of familiarity with the test, and of practice of the right kind.


Actually, it's a matter of both - and the reason why a 176 is unattainable for me is because, despite my familiarity with the test, there are certain questions I just can't grasp. Success on the test, or in this case, attaining a 176, is not only based on familiarity, but it also largely has to deal with individual capacity. Many individual testtakers couldn't score 170+ no matter how hard they study.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #62 on: June 03, 2006, 08:39:15 PM »
Red. - better copyright that advice...I'm working a writer for a new series of LSAT books, and it looks like pretty decent material...

Take it -- it's public  :)

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #63 on: June 03, 2006, 08:40:48 PM »
You taking the test on Monday?

Yep. I don't quite have the capacity to score a 176 though...:)

Just so you know - it's not a matter of capacity; it's a matter of familiarity with the test, and of practice of the right kind.


Actually, it's a matter of both - and the reason why a 176 is unattainable for me is because, despite by familiarity with the test, there are certain questions I just can't grasp. Success on the test, or in this case, attaining a 176, is not only based on familiarity, but it also largely has to deal with individual capacity. Many individual testtakers couldn't score 170+ no matter how hard they study.

Red. is going to disagree and make you take in raw scores.

Yes.

But I've had this discussion enough times to know that it won't change anyone's mind. Good luck with it, MM.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #64 on: June 03, 2006, 08:43:11 PM »
You taking the test on Monday?

Yep. I don't quite have the capacity to score a 176 though...:)

Just so you know - it's not a matter of capacity; it's a matter of familiarity with the test, and of practice of the right kind.


Actually, it's a matter of both - and the reason why a 176 is unattainable for me is because, despite by familiarity with the test, there are certain questions I just can't grasp. Success on the test, or in this case, attaining a 176, is not only based on familiarity, but it also largely has to deal with individual capacity. Many individual testtakers couldn't score 170+ no matter how hard they study.

Red. is going to disagree and make you take in raw scores.

I'm going to unload a thick piece of turd on your face bassboy.  :P

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #65 on: June 03, 2006, 08:44:34 PM »
You taking the test on Monday?

Yep. I don't quite have the capacity to score a 176 though...:)

Just so you know - it's not a matter of capacity; it's a matter of familiarity with the test, and of practice of the right kind.


Actually, it's a matter of both - and the reason why a 176 is unattainable for me is because, despite by familiarity with the test, there are certain questions I just can't grasp. Success on the test, or in this case, attaining a 176, is not only based on familiarity, but it also largely has to deal with individual capacity. Many individual testtakers couldn't score 170+ no matter how hard they study.

Red. is going to disagree and make you take in raw scores.

Yes.

But I've had this discussion enough times to know that it won't change anyone's mind. Good luck with it, MM.

Have fun at Yale.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #66 on: June 03, 2006, 09:43:26 PM »
Where's my kiss dammit :)

here come your fellow inmates now.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #67 on: June 03, 2006, 11:23:48 PM »
...even though red called me a whore. :o


red usually very accurate.

oh, snap!
 

Julie, darling, lovely to see you, how have you been. Kiss, kiss.

kiss to you, too.  right on your pendens.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #68 on: June 03, 2006, 11:24:37 PM »
not until we know each other better.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #69 on: June 04, 2006, 12:41:34 AM »
That ain't gonna happen.
There foam'd rebellious Logic, gagg'd and bound.                           
            -  Charles Dodgson,  "Lewis Carroll"                               
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