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how does your official score compare to your expected score?

11+ points higher
2 (2.6%)
8-10 points higher
2 (2.6%)
6-7 points higher
3 (3.8%)
3-5 points higher
5 (6.4%)
1-2 points higher
7 (9%)
exactly the score i was expecting
11 (14.1%)
1-2 points lower
8 (10.3%)
3-5 points lower
14 (17.9%)
6-7 points lower
8 (10.3%)
8-10 points lower
2 (2.6%)
11+ points lower
1 (1.3%)
karl rove (view results)
15 (19.2%)

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SCORE RELEASE Poll Sept. 2006

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Re: Liz's Post-LSAT Recovery Room and Score Release Waiting Room (w/ LSAT PO
« Reply #40 on: October 03, 2006, 01:31:35 AM »

Some of my friends had me do a demonstration games section for them the other day because they didn't believe I finished the section 20 minutes early back in June. For LG, at least, I still have it.

Wow, your skills are awe-inspiring..I'm sure if I tried to take an LSAT right now, I'd probably get a 150.  My logic skills are all shot and I'm just glad I never have to take that test again.

Re: Liz's Post-LSAT and Pre-Score Release Freak-Out Room (w/ LSAT POLL)
« Reply #41 on: October 03, 2006, 01:49:17 AM »
I'm SO glad the test is over!! Congratulations, everyone.  ;D RC is normally my best section and I didn't come away feeling that great about it.  I took the Testmasters class & took 4 practice diagnostics over the last couple months...Saturday's test definitely seemed harder (content-wise) than any of the practice diag's I took. What does everyone think about the test overall? 

They do curve the LSAT if a majority of the test takers had a hard time w/ it, don't they? That's what I've heard. I'm really not sure how I did.  That could be good or bad. My brain is too fried to make an accurate assesment.   ???

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Re: Liz's Post-LSAT and Pre-Score Release Freak-Out Room (w/ LSAT POLL)
« Reply #42 on: October 03, 2006, 02:03:36 AM »
Hi Liz  ;D

ginko, that's it's here for. sounds like the pms are in flux. maybe avoid them until the fighting dies down and a cleare picture emerges..

might i suggest a fruity cocktail to help you relax?

aw thanks liz!  you're the sweet and friendly voice on lsd...i hope you don't mind my likening you to our mother goose of sorts kekeke. 

i passed out to half a bottle of wine after the test but fruity cocktails sound mighty fine.  i wanted to stay out of the pm fray but but all the pm's seemed a lot slower in taking off the ground than june...i thought i might add my two cents and just got sucked in.  maybe i do need to just take a break...

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Re: Liz's Post-LSAT and Pre-Score Release Freak-Out Room (w/ LSAT POLL)
« Reply #44 on: October 03, 2006, 01:53:43 PM »
Hi Liz  ;D

storm and stress how the hell are you!?! how did the test go for you?

I'm doing great, how are you?

Much much better than June. Did you take this administration?

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Re: Liz's Post-LSAT and Pre-Score Release Freak-Out Room (w/ LSAT POLL)
« Reply #45 on: October 03, 2006, 05:55:20 PM »
rc is my most inconsistent section, and, since the worst passage for most seemed to be the science passage, i think i did well on rc and lr, then i figure i must have really messed up the lg section because i saved the soup game for last and psyched myself out and ran out of time (it was my 5th section)

so, i think i did great on the lr and rc, but i ended up guessing on 3 lg questions.
from the reconstruct, i think i missed 3 or so lr, and am not sure how many rc, but i think i did well in rc.

i thought it went great except for those last few in lg, but many people seem to think it was a hard lsat, overall, so i'm not sure

/gonna be a long 3 weeks
//i've got mid-terms this week, how much does that suck?

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Re: Liz's Post-LSAT and Pre-Score Release Freak-Out Room (w/ LSAT POLL)
« Reply #46 on: October 03, 2006, 06:00:49 PM »
i really need to do well enough to get into UT Austin.
i can't afford the time to study up to take it in december.
i have a masters program that wraps up in summer '07 that is taking way more time than i had hoped, and i am working full-time, up at 5:30am every morning,
and i have to start studying to take the patent bar exam before law school starst in fall '07

/keeping my fingers crosses for 3 weeks

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Re: Liz's Post-LSAT and Pre-Score Release Freak-Out Room (w/ LSAT POLL)
« Reply #47 on: October 03, 2006, 06:06:58 PM »
i had a hot date lined up for tonight.
pecan encrusted trout at maguires in dallas, with a nice bottle of wine.

but my wife's flight was delayed and is now scheduled to arrive at 1am.

so, no lap dance for me tonight, but i will have a couple of shiner bocks while i study for my finance mid-term

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Re: Liz's Post-LSAT and Pre-Score Release Freak-Out Room (w/ LSAT POLL)
« Reply #48 on: October 03, 2006, 06:12:18 PM »
i remember back in the day when shiner beer was summed up by this message scrawled above the toilet: "Go ahead, fill up another keg of shiner beer"

shiner was really in the same league as milwaukees best and pabst, but shiner bock and most of the recent brews (shiner amber, and their yearly october brew) are very good, especially if you use a frozen mug

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Re: Liz's Post-LSAT and Pre-Score Release Freak-Out Room (w/ LSAT POLL)
« Reply #49 on: October 03, 2006, 06:15:34 PM »
I didn't take the LSAT, but can i chill in here because I miss the lounge?