Lot's of debate for some people on this in the last few days. Anybody else come up with a decision? I'm extremely torn on cancelling myself. Did well on LR and RC i think, but games...Totally blanked on setting up: T/W , R/S on that damned birds game. could have missed 2, could have missed 5, and I'm not entirely sure I nailed all of the intern/floors game.Thing is, I'm not a great game master anyway, but I completely feel like this game section was up for grabs for everyone, including me if I would have been better focused, and most people I know, good gamers or not, thought it was pretty easy. Another thing for me is, I took something like 23 practice tests, and almost all (but one) of the 2004-2005 tests, and studied LGB. Bascially, If I want to cancel about all I have to study is the LRB, about 5 post 2003 LSAT's, including Dec 2005 (as well as five early 90's easy tests), and my old (covered) material, which I could simply go over again.That meager amount and 4 months to wait Thoughts Ugh, less than 165 and that damn birds game will haunt me forever
Wow- I am 60% certain that I am going to keep the score.I missed approximately 20-25 questions. I had an exceptional situation an abrasive proctor; she paced nervously over my desk for the majority of the test.Am I crazy to keep the score?It is difficult to entertain the idea of waiting another year for L1 Admission.Would anyone here, definitively, cancel with such an exceptional test situation?
Quote from: d_y_ze on February 09, 2006, 01:02:11 PMMy plan at this point is to get in and transfer as I am certain I can make top of my class, provided no one breathes on me again on finals.Plan to enjoy 3 years wherever you enter law school. It is great to be optimistic, but everyone thinks they can "turn-it-up" in law school, and 90% of the class predicts a top 10% finish. You might get it, but don't count on it.
My plan at this point is to get in and transfer as I am certain I can make top of my class, provided no one breathes on me again on finals.
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