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Auntie Red's Wisdom for December LSAT Takers

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for February Test Takers
« Reply #30 on: May 30, 2006, 03:31:26 PM »
Sage advice. Thanks.

Have you decided where you're going yet?

Based on what i have seen, she belongs at YSCCN.

no sir. There is only one correct answer for where auntie red belongs. Its the same place Galt belongs.


Red - solid advice for the test takers. Wish i had this before I went in on test day.

Oh no. You've started referring to yourself in the third person. The Yale's got you good.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #31 on: May 30, 2006, 03:39:34 PM »
I guess LSD obsessed is the right term  :)

I can see myself being there next year though. I'm already completely nonproductive at work. And I haven't even taken the LSAT yet.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #32 on: May 30, 2006, 06:14:59 PM »

Oh no. You've started referring to yourself in the third person. The Yale's got you good.

You haven't met Julie Fern yet, have you.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for February Test Takers
« Reply #33 on: May 30, 2006, 08:19:28 PM »
Sage advice. Thanks.

Have you decided where you're going yet?

Based on what i have seen, she belongs at YSCCN.

no sir. There is only one correct answer for where auntie red belongs. Its the same place Galt belongs.


Red - solid advice for the test takers. Wish i had this before I went in on test day.

Oh no. You've started referring to yourself in the third person. The Yale's got you good.

hey you :) long time no talk. Last time you were mad i got sick at ASW...tisk tisk.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for February Test Takers
« Reply #34 on: May 30, 2006, 08:26:54 PM »
Sage advice. Thanks.

Have you decided where you're going yet?

Based on what i have seen, she belongs at YSCCN.

no sir. There is only one correct answer for where auntie red belongs. Its the same place Galt belongs.


Red - solid advice for the test takers. Wish i had this before I went in on test day.

Oh no. You've started referring to yourself in the third person. The Yale's got you good.

hey you :) long time no talk. Last time you were mad i got sick at ASW...tisk tisk.

Well, it's not like I was about to talk to you during the Suns-Lakers matchup. Now that YOUR season's over, though, I'm eager to meet you again. When are you moving to NH?

John Galt

Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #35 on: May 30, 2006, 08:38:24 PM »
Early august. If my info is correct, we're staying in the same complex.

edit: i'll PM when I get in town and we'll hang out.

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #36 on: May 30, 2006, 08:47:30 PM »
Early august. If my info is correct, we're staying in the same complex.

Well, is your info from Curly :) ?

John Galt

Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #37 on: May 30, 2006, 08:48:13 PM »
Early august. If my info is correct, we're staying in the same complex.

Well, is your info from Curly :) ?

lol, yup

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #38 on: May 30, 2006, 09:22:54 PM »
just out of curiosity, how long did you prepare for the test and did you take a course? and... some quick questions:

4.a Elimination of wrong answers is necessary for a high score and for speed. 4 of the 5 responses to each question are wrong. You can MAKE them wrong. The only one that you can’t make wrong is TCR.

--what is TCR?

6. Know your pace. The first 13 or so are usually quite straightforward. 14 to 19 are usually the trickiest. 20 to 25 are usually easy, but just take longer. Break the LR section into thirds, and have a general idea of where you want to be by what time. Keep to it (more or less).

--do you recommend doing 1-12/13 and 20-25/26 first (plus leaving parallel reasoning qs to last)? and how do you bubble the answer sheet when you jump around?

Good luck, and kick some ass.

--thanks a lot! :D

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Re: Auntie Red's Wisdom for June LSAT Takers
« Reply #39 on: May 30, 2006, 10:44:00 PM »
That's a very interesting approach- the whole circle and come back to at the end any question that you've narrowed down to 2 strategy. I usually finish with enough time, so I might consider doing that. More often then not, my wrong answers are when I narrow it down to 2 and I choose the wrong one.