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LSAT is turning me into a monster

LSAT is turning me into a monster
« on: July 29, 2007, 10:04:28 PM »
In addition to becoming annoying, i am becoming a biatch as well.
My guyfriend and i will be taking Sept. LSAT and he does not get basic concepts. I try to explain and feel bad for him. On the other hand, i tell myself that i need more people like him to have a lenient scale.
The worst part is that  I am a nice person by nature...well not any more

Re: LSAT is turning me into a monster
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2007, 10:11:33 PM »
...i tell myself that i need more people like him to have a lenient scale.
The worst part is that  I am a nice person by nature...well not any more

You're on your way to becoming a lawyer.

Re: LSAT is turning me into a monster
« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2007, 10:12:27 PM »
...i tell myself that i need more people like him to have a lenient scale.
The worst part is that  I am a nice person by nature...well not any more

You're on your way to becoming a lawyer.


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I literally laughed out loud...this is hilarious

Re: LSAT is turning me into a monster
« Reply #3 on: July 29, 2007, 10:13:02 PM »
In addition to becoming annoying, i am becoming a biatch as well.
My guyfriend and i will be taking Sept. LSAT and he does not get basic concepts. I try to explain and feel bad for him. On the other hand, i tell myself that i need more people like him to have a lenient scale.
The worst part is that  I am a nice person by nature...well not any more


The good thing is that you're there to help him.  Look at it that way.  (One person won't hurt your scale, of course.  And no one who takes it when you do will affect the scale whatsoever.)

thanks for making me feel better  :)

Re: LSAT is turning me into a monster
« Reply #4 on: July 29, 2007, 10:14:42 PM »
If you want to be at the top, you need to climb on the backs of others. Consider shooting spitballs at him (and others) during test day. Good luck.

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Re: LSAT is turning me into a monster
« Reply #5 on: July 29, 2007, 10:16:26 PM »
In addition to becoming annoying, i am becoming a biatch as well.
My guyfriend and i will be taking Sept. LSAT and he does not get basic concepts. I try to explain and feel bad for him. On the other hand, i tell myself that i need more people like him to have a lenient scale.
The worst part is that  I am a nice person by nature...well not any more


The good thing is that you're there to help him.  Look at it that way.  (One person won't hurt your scale, of course.  And no one who takes it when you do will affect the scale whatsoever.)

Even though the people taking the test at the same time as you won't affect the LSAT scoring scale for that test, they will affect your chances of being admitted if they are applying in the same year as you are.

Re: LSAT is turning me into a monster
« Reply #6 on: July 29, 2007, 10:17:25 PM »
guyfriend, huh? interesting.

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Re: LSAT is turning me into a monster
« Reply #7 on: July 29, 2007, 11:26:01 PM »
In addition to becoming annoying, i am becoming a biatch as well.
My guyfriend and i will be taking Sept. LSAT and he does not get basic concepts. I try to explain and feel bad for him. On the other hand, i tell myself that i need more people like him to have a lenient scale.
The worst part is that  I am a nice person by nature...well not any more


The good thing is that you're there to help him.  Look at it that way.  (One person won't hurt your scale, of course.  And no one who takes it when you do will affect the scale whatsoever.)

Even though the people taking the test at the same time as you won't affect the LSAT scoring scale for that test, they will affect your chances of being admitted if they are applying in the same year as you are.


Dude, I'm trying to save her relationship!!!   >:(

But it doesn't look like he's going to be competing against her anyway.   :)

Well, I wasn't trying to be a jack@$$, just wanting to point out the facts.

Personally, I don't think it's right to screw someone by giving them misleading advice. Such is the tempting path of the dark side - and once you start, you won't know where to stop :)

Re: LSAT is turning me into a monster
« Reply #8 on: July 30, 2007, 01:11:28 AM »
0mg, uuuuu bastarrdss!  ;D

when i first started studying for the lsat, i met this dude who was takin' a TM prepcourse and he would not even let me see his study materials or lemme see copies of the preptests or even any of his notes on the solutions. his 'reason' was that if i were to look at them out of the prepcourse context, it would end up hurting me more than helping me. i thought he was a total rat-bastard (meh, he was probably pissed cause his gf wanted to sleep with me by the end...and NO, i did NOT.)

he also started higher on the diagnostic (RC was his 'bread and butter') and whenever i would ask him for help, he would purposely give me a half-assed answer just so i didn't get the full benefit of his 'awesome intellect.' i would test him with some sample questions and caught him deliberately giving me misleading answers. ::)


anywhooooooo, we both took the june test and when he found i got a better score, he immediately started asking ME about MY homebrew stubby shalaylee methods. of course i helped him the best I could, and that really helped me too. The guy was an arrogant, argumentative fvck and trying to prove him wrong every time we discussed different problems and different approaches really motivated me.

well, u'd think he'd have learned his lesson, right? wrong. the guy still wouldn't share any info he got from his prepcourse with me, telling me he 'lost' the material, or that it really wasn't important, etc...


i really hope i don't meet anyone in law school like that (altho, i did meet a few d0uches at a couple of ASWs)

the upshot of all this... umm, be nice. help everyone you can. u'll probably end up learning a lot more from the process and you'll be forever blessed with rainbows and puppie dogs and ice-cream with gum-drops, o my!  :o

edit: ok, fine. i lied. i did mess around with his gf, but only after they broke up.. and she was nasty.

You are so bad! the name and the pic of Vince is pertinent.
On a serious note, i am not shocked by what you have written. People at my TM course are the same. There is this guy, whom i asked to explain the answer choice, who replied that he forgot how he got it. When the class resumed, he explained to the instructor and to the whole class who he got it.

Re: LSAT is turning me into a monster
« Reply #9 on: July 30, 2007, 01:13:33 AM »
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no a guyfriend is just a guyfriend! I am a nun until Sept. 29.  ;)