After reading this thread (let us be good humoured about this), how many guys feel they should now be able to ace the Game section because a few of the girls here were able to?
I just assumed that the people who scored really well overall were those who aced the games and one or two of the other sections. I guess that different minds really do work differently. For those people that aced the games but not the test overall, which sections did you find difficult, and why?
My guess is that coming from a science and engineering background, the games section is actually comparable to the concepts and problems that I've been frequently exposed to.
Bit off topic but I was wondering if anyone ran into this problem.I practiced for a long time before I took an LSAT - first test 166, then a 171, a 173 and then BAM last night down to a 164This really concerns me. I could tell at the beginning of the test that I just did not have it, but was wondering if this had happened to anyone else.It really freaks me out, depending on how I am feeling could swing the score bigtime.When you take the real test did you find yourself more in tune than ever before?