Quote from: LSATitUpToHereWithThis on October 06, 2006, 12:48:11 AMJust raised my low estimate 10 points baby!How's that for adaptation? I think it's proportional to the development of my pre-frontal cortex. Ha! I never imagined myself laughing out loud at an LSAT joke. this thing makes you crazy.
Just raised my low estimate 10 points baby!How's that for adaptation? I think it's proportional to the development of my pre-frontal cortex.
I would feel really bummed/disappointed (like that sinking stomach feeling) for a bit. I would probably tell people that I "didn't do as well as I thought and I am retaking in December" ... but I probably wouldn't tell my score to most ppl (many of my friends/family don't even know the scale or anything about it). The thought of retaking it ... going through that ... studying more ... it makes me depressed and a little sick to my stomach. I guess I would call up Princeton Review and tell them I bombed and they owe me more classes ... at least that would keep me somewhat motivated, but I would be embarrassed, b/c I think the same lady is teaching it this fall that taught my class. I enjoyed the class and feel it helped a lot, but I feel so "eh" about the test. UGH. WHY COULDN'T I HAVE SLEPT MORE AND DONE BETTER ON THE GAMES! The games had become my strongest section, but I think I only got like 60% correct on this test damn damn damn.If I get over 155 I will be satisfied and not retake. Below 155 ... serious thinking ... Below 150, heaven forbid, I would definitely retake.
Well, my lowest estimates score is a 120...looks like I have nothing to worry about here.
Quote from: dsnutter on October 06, 2006, 01:27:46 PMWell, my lowest estimates score is a 120...looks like I have nothing to worry about here. I would suggest that you randomly bubble answers. Your test taking technique steers you away from the actual correct answer.