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LSAT Preparation => Studying for the LSAT => Topic started by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 07:25:15 AM

Title: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 07:25:15 AM
Imagine a person has to guess on the last one or two questions of a section.

The instructor calls time, and says to get ready for the next section. The time period, after the instructor has ended a section, and before they start the next section, lasts about 1-2 minutes. During this time they say things like, get ready, we'll start in a minute, etc.

During this time, you're free to read that question that you had to guess on and figure out the answer. After they start the next section, you're not supposed to bubble questions in the prior section. But you could do it and not get caught, since the proctor is unlikely to see exactly which section you're bubbling.

So, this is a case where an unethical person could get about an extra 3 questions right, meaning an extra 3-5 LSAT points.

Has anyone discussed this?

P.S. I didn't do this, even though I could have, and may have been karmically rewarded with a very high (well into the top 1% percentile) score, but I still think the loophole should be closed.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Eyes of the World on December 27, 2004, 07:58:07 AM
Touch screen testing (used on the GMAT) would curb this behavior; LSAC is considering it.

Imagine a person has to guess on the last one or two questions of a section.

The instructor calls time, and says to get ready for the next section. The time period, after the instructor has ended a section, and before they start the next section, lasts about 1-2 minutes. During this time they say things like, get ready, we'll start in a minute, etc.

During this time, you're free to read that question that you had to guess on and figure out the answer. After they start the next section, you're not supposed to bubble questions in the prior section. But you could do it and not get caught, since the proctor is unlikely to see exactly which section you're bubbling.

So, this is a case where an unethical person could get about and extra 3 questions right, meaning an extra 3-5 LSAT points.

Has anyone discussed this?

P.S. I didn't do this, even though I could have, and may have been karmically rewarded with a very high (well into the top 1% percentile) score, but I still think the loophole should be closed.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: BAFF213 on December 27, 2004, 10:54:25 AM
The time period, after the instructor has ended a section, and before they start the next section, lasts about 1-2 minutes. During this time they say things like, get ready, we'll start in a minute, etc.

I dunno about everyone else - but the time period between sections when I took the LSAT (Oct. 2) was about 10 to 15 seconds, if that.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: ilsox7 on December 27, 2004, 10:58:14 AM
We had less than 30 seconds between sections.  Even if we had more time, I would hope there is some integrity left in this world.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Julie Fern on December 27, 2004, 11:28:34 AM
this an interesting contrast to your thread elsewhere in which you express indignation about being asked to lie in letter of recommendation.  care to reconcile?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: AMB22 on December 27, 2004, 11:46:10 AM
At mytest we went straight to the next section with about a 10 second break and it would have been kind of risky to page back because the proctors walked around constantly. I agree, however, that if someone doesnt finish a section they could easily blindly guess on the questions they didnt get to finish while working on the next section withoutm getting caught. This would likely only raise someones more than a point or two if they werent finishing most sections or had to skip a lot of questions or were really lucky at guessing. Not really a loophole, but a way that LSAC probably knows ppl can extend the time a bit for guessing.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: AmbitV on December 27, 2004, 11:53:30 AM
yes a lot of people were doing that at my test.  The proctors took forever to move onto the next section too, at least like 3 mins.

After they said stop I looked around and half the room was staring down reading the questions...I think at the very least they should say "Stop and close your booklets"...and then reopen for the next section
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 11:56:49 AM
this an interesting contrast to your thread elsewhere in which you express indignation about being asked to lie in letter of recommendation.  care to reconcile?

julie makes an excellent point.

like some of the other posters here, we had maybe a 10-15 second break between sections.

and also, yes, this has been discussed.  kinda like the boalt/GPA thing.  it's a risky move, and if caught, i imagine you would face an even more uphill battle getting into law school and admitted to the bar.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 12:06:28 PM
this an interesting contrast to your thread elsewhere in which you express indignation about being asked to lie in letter of recommendation.  care to reconcile?

julie makes an excellent point.


Yours and Julie's posts demonstrate your superficial and poor reading comprehension.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Julie Fern on December 27, 2004, 12:14:01 PM
this an interesting contrast to your thread elsewhere in which you express indignation about being asked to lie in letter of recommendation.  care to reconcile?

julie makes an excellent point.


Yours and Julie's posts demonstrate your superficial and poor reading comprehension.

please enlighten us, einstein.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 12:15:36 PM
Yours and Julie's posts demonstrate your superficial and poor reading comprehension.

Way to go A hole, dissing Pookie usual means instant exile.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 12:16:22 PM
this an interesting contrast to your thread elsewhere in which you express indignation about being asked to lie in letter of recommendation.  care to reconcile?

julie makes an excellent point.


Yours and Julie's posts demonstrate your superficial and poor reading comprehension.

please enlighten us, einstein.

You read both posts carefully and you still find a contrast? I guess all I can say is read them again.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 12:19:25 PM
this an interesting contrast to your thread elsewhere in which you express indignation about being asked to lie in letter of recommendation.  care to reconcile?

julie makes an excellent point.


Yours and Julie's posts demonstrate your superficial and poor reading comprehension.

disagree on both counts.

your post said that you didn't do it, but it didn't say you didn't for ethical reasons.  if that's the case, then great.  but maybe you did it for fear of getting caught, not for dislike of doing something dishonest.  and even if you're going to cite moral reasons for not cheating, why would you come here and draw attention to the fact that one could, in fact, cheat in this way?  especially after expressing your disgust at how unethical a certain MBA applicant was in asking you to lie on a LOR.

and how is mine superficial?  you asked if this has been discussed before, and i said yes, it has.  so had the boalt thing.

and here's another tip for you: if you're going to make other user names to attack people, in particular a moderator, try using a different computer so that IP tracking doesn't give it away.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: casino on December 27, 2004, 12:25:18 PM
although time between sections may vary from testing center to center, the directions and rules do not, thus negating a possible loophole. 

casino
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: mmyles on December 27, 2004, 12:26:07 PM
I believe our proctors made us close our test booklets between sections.  (It's all a blurry dream now, hehe).  In any case, they were very professoinal and cautious.  
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: ilsox7 on December 27, 2004, 12:26:20 PM
Where I'm from informing other people how to cheat, or encouraging cheating, is unethical. 
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Julie Fern on December 27, 2004, 12:27:02 PM
please enlighten us, einstein.

You read both posts carefully and you still find a contrast? I guess all I can say is read them again.

no, numbnuts, this where you explain something.  give it try!
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 12:29:02 PM
this an interesting contrast to your thread elsewhere in which you express indignation about being asked to lie in letter of recommendation.  care to reconcile?

julie makes an excellent point.


Yours and Julie's posts demonstrate your superficial and poor reading comprehension.

disagree on both counts.

your post said that you didn't do it, but it didn't say you didn't for ethical reasons.  if that's the case, then great.  but maybe you did it for fear of getting caught, not for dislike of doing something dishonest.  and even if you're going to cite moral reasons for not cheating, why would you come here and draw attention to the fact that one could, in fact, cheat in this way?  especially after expressing your disgust at how unethical a certain MBA applicant was in asking you to lie on a LOR.

and how is mine superficial?  you asked if this has been discussed before, and i said yes, it has.  so had the boalt thing.

and here's another tip for you: if you're going to make other user names to attack people, in particular a moderator, try using a different computer so that IP tracking doesn't give it away.

I explained why I didn't do it when I said I was karmically rewarded by not doing it. Ethical people point out loopholes to help close them. A technique you wouldn't understand because morals aren't a concern to you. I'm allowed to make as many user names and insult deserving people with any and all of them. You shouldn't be using your moderator status to track people's IDs. What a voyeuristically creepy abuse of moderator powers. If I were in charge I would take your moderator status away for this.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: buster on December 27, 2004, 12:30:35 PM
that's niiice; you're a real charmer

...I'm allowed to make as many user names and insult deserving people with any and all of them.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: cascagrossa on December 27, 2004, 12:30:39 PM
we had about 5-10 seconds in between sections, so your plan wouldnt work
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: futurejd20 on December 27, 2004, 12:38:55 PM
It's not cheating. It's being smarter than your competition.

I believe we had a discussion about cheating on the LSAT a few months ago. I think another good idea is to get a smart friend to take the test with you, and just compare answers during the break and go back and change the answers you had different during a section that you finish like 5 minutes early. It's kind of risky, but not really if you're good at that kind of thing. Just keep your eye on the proctor - if he/she starts looking at you a little weird, then don't continue what you're doing. One bad stare isn't going to mean the proctor will take the test away from you.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: ilsox7 on December 27, 2004, 12:39:38 PM
Boy am I glad you're not in charge.  You'd probably pass out everyone's email addresses and IP Addresses in order to help close a loophole.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 12:40:03 PM
It's not cheating. It's being smarter than your competition.

I believe we had a discussion about cheating on the LSAT a few months ago. I think another good idea is to get a smart friend to take the test with you, and just compare answers during the break and go back and change the answers you had different during a section that you finish like 5 minutes early. It's kind of risky, but not really if you're good at that kind of thing. Just keep your eye on the proctor - if he/she starts looking at you a little weird, then don't continue what you're doing. One bad stare isn't going to mean the proctor will take the test away from you.

Wow I have to quote this before you edit it.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: futurejd20 on December 27, 2004, 12:40:51 PM
Go ahead. I would easily do it if I had the chance. Grow some balls.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: ilsox7 on December 27, 2004, 12:42:29 PM
Go ahead. I would easily do it if I had the chance. Grow some balls.

Gain some integrity.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: futurejd20 on December 27, 2004, 12:43:37 PM
Thanks for the advice.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: buster on December 27, 2004, 12:43:50 PM
What does this mean? What would qualify as cheating?

It's not cheating.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 12:46:03 PM
this an interesting contrast to your thread elsewhere in which you express indignation about being asked to lie in letter of recommendation.  care to reconcile?

julie makes an excellent point.


Yours and Julie's posts demonstrate your superficial and poor reading comprehension.

disagree on both counts.

your post said that you didn't do it, but it didn't say you didn't for ethical reasons.  if that's the case, then great.  but maybe you did it for fear of getting caught, not for dislike of doing something dishonest.  and even if you're going to cite moral reasons for not cheating, why would you come here and draw attention to the fact that one could, in fact, cheat in this way?  especially after expressing your disgust at how unethical a certain MBA applicant was in asking you to lie on a LOR.

and how is mine superficial?  you asked if this has been discussed before, and i said yes, it has.  so had the boalt thing.

and here's another tip for you: if you're going to make other user names to attack people, in particular a moderator, try using a different computer so that IP tracking doesn't give it away.

I explained why I didn't do it when I said I was karmically rewarded by not doing it. Ethical people point out loopholes to help close them. A technique you wouldn't understand because you have no morals. I'm allowed to make as many user names and insult deserving people with any and all of them. You shouldn't be using your moderator status to track people's IDs. What a voyeuristically creepy abuse of moderator powers. If I were in charge I would take your moderator status away for this.

1. you know nothing of my morals.

2. i didn't say you're not allowed to make extra user names.  i was just suggesting that this forum isn't as anonymous as you may think.

3. it's not an abuse of moderator privileges to see who the trolls are.  that's exactly what the moderators are supposed to do.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: New York on December 27, 2004, 12:47:02 PM
Quote
and here's another tip for you: if you're going to make other user names to attack people, in particular a moderator, try using a different computer so that IP tracking doesn't give it away.
Quote

hilarious
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 12:47:18 PM
this an interesting contrast to your thread elsewhere in which you express indignation about being asked to lie in letter of recommendation.  care to reconcile?

julie makes an excellent point.


Yours and Julie's posts demonstrate your superficial and poor reading comprehension.

disagree on both counts.

your post said that you didn't do it, but it didn't say you didn't for ethical reasons.  if that's the case, then great.  but maybe you did it for fear of getting caught, not for dislike of doing something dishonest.  and even if you're going to cite moral reasons for not cheating, why would you come here and draw attention to the fact that one could, in fact, cheat in this way?  especially after expressing your disgust at how unethical a certain MBA applicant was in asking you to lie on a LOR.

and how is mine superficial?  you asked if this has been discussed before, and i said yes, it has.  so had the boalt thing.

and here's another tip for you: if you're going to make other user names to attack people, in particular a moderator, try using a different computer so that IP tracking doesn't give it away.

I explained why I didn't do it when I said I was karmically rewarded by not doing it. Ethical people point out loopholes to help close them. A technique you wouldn't understand because you have no morals. I'm allowed to make as many user names and insult deserving people with any and all of them. You shouldn't be using your moderator status to track people's IDs. What a voyeuristically creepy abuse of moderator powers. If I were in charge I would take your moderator status away for this.

1. you know nothing of my morals.

2. i didn't say you're not allowed to make extra user names.  i was just suggesting that this forum isn't as anonymous as you may think.

3. it's not an abuse of moderator privileges to see who the trolls are.  that's exactly what the moderators are supposed to do.

Except when the moderator is a troll.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Julie Fern on December 27, 2004, 12:48:21 PM
you just keep coming up with more to scrape off your shoe, don't you?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: casino on December 27, 2004, 12:50:57 PM
that's beast.

casino

this an interesting contrast to your thread elsewhere in which you express indignation about being asked to lie in letter of recommendation.  care to reconcile?

julie makes an excellent point.


Yours and Julie's posts demonstrate your superficial and poor reading comprehension.

disagree on both counts.

your post said that you didn't do it, but it didn't say you didn't for ethical reasons.  if that's the case, then great.  but maybe you did it for fear of getting caught, not for dislike of doing something dishonest.  and even if you're going to cite moral reasons for not cheating, why would you come here and draw attention to the fact that one could, in fact, cheat in this way?  especially after expressing your disgust at how unethical a certain MBA applicant was in asking you to lie on a LOR.

and how is mine superficial?  you asked if this has been discussed before, and i said yes, it has.  so had the boalt thing.

and here's another tip for you: if you're going to make other user names to attack people, in particular a moderator, try using a different computer so that IP tracking doesn't give it away.

I explained why I didn't do it when I said I was karmically rewarded by not doing it. Ethical people point out loopholes to help close them. A technique you wouldn't understand because you have no morals. I'm allowed to make as many user names and insult deserving people with any and all of them. You shouldn't be using your moderator status to track people's IDs. What a voyeuristically creepy abuse of moderator powers. If I were in charge I would take your moderator status away for this.

1. you know nothing of my morals.

2. i didn't say you're not allowed to make extra user names.  i was just suggesting that this forum isn't as anonymous as you may think.

3. it's not an abuse of moderator privileges to see who the trolls are.  that's exactly what the moderators are supposed to do.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: buster on December 27, 2004, 12:52:09 PM
I think a definition of "troll" would be helpful here. Yoda is sort of trollish, but Pookie herself is substantially less so.

Except when the moderator is a troll.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 12:54:02 PM
 :D +  :-*

oh sorry, i shouldn't use that second emoticon.  it might come back to haunt me later in life.   ::)

I think a definition of "troll" would be helpful here. Yoda is sort of trollish, but Pookie herself is substantially less so.

Except when the moderator is a troll.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Eyes of the World on December 27, 2004, 12:56:17 PM
Good idea.

troll



An electronic mail message, Usenet posting or other
(electronic) communication which is intentionally incorrect,
but not overtly controversial (compare flame bait), or the
act of sending such a message. Trolling aims to elicit an
emotional reaction from those with a hair-trigger on the reply
key. A really subtle troll makes some people lose their
minds.

(1994-10-17)



Source: The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, © 1993-2004 Denis Howe


troll

v.,n. 1. [From the Usenet group alt.folklore.urban] To
utter a posting on Usenet designed to attract predictable
responses or flames; or, the post itself. Derives from the phrase
"trolling for newbies" which in turn comes from mainstream
"trolling", a style of fishing in which one trails bait through a
likely spot hoping for a bite. The well-constructed troll is a post
that induces lots of newbies and flamers to make themselves look
even more clueless than they already do, while subtly conveying to
the more savvy and experienced that it is in fact a deliberate
troll. If you don't fall for the joke, you get to be in on it. See
also YHBT. 2. An individual who chronically trolls in sense 1;
regularly posts specious arguments, flames or personal attacks to a
newsgroup, discussion list, or in email for no other purpose than to
annoy someone or disrupt a discussion. Trolls are recognizable by
the fact that the have no real interest in learning about the topic
at hand - they simply want to utter flame bait. Like the ugly
creatures they are named after, they exhibit no redeeming
characteristics, and as such, they are recognized as a lower form of
life on the net, as in, "Oh, ignore him, he's just a troll." 3.
[Berkeley] Computer lab monitor. A popular campus job for CS
students. Duties include helping newbies and ensuring that lab
policies are followed. Probably so-called because it involves
lurking in dark cavelike corners.

Some people claim that the troll (sense 1) is properly a narrower
category than flame bait, that a troll is categorized by containing
some assertion that is wrong but not overtly controversial. See
also Troll-O-Meter.

http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=troll



I think a definition of "troll" would be helpful here. Yoda is sort of trollish, but Pookie herself is substantially less so.

Except when the moderator is a troll.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: buster on December 27, 2004, 12:58:18 PM
I wouldn't worry about that. You're already screwed later in life 'cause of the sugarcane anyway.  ;)


:D +  :-*

oh sorry, i shouldn't use that second emoticon.  it might come back to haunt me later in life.   ::)

I think a definition of "troll" would be helpful here. Yoda is sort of trollish, but Pookie herself is substantially less so.

Except when the moderator is a troll.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: buster on December 27, 2004, 12:59:05 PM
Thanks for the definitions. Pookie doesn't seem to qualify under any of them.

Good idea.
...
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 12:59:40 PM
sounds like a certain fan of the condiments...


Good idea.

troll



An electronic mail message, Usenet posting or other
(electronic) communication which is intentionally incorrect,
but not overtly controversial (compare flame bait), or the
act of sending such a message. Trolling aims to elicit an
emotional reaction from those with a hair-trigger on the reply
key. A really subtle troll makes some people lose their
minds.

(1994-10-17)



Source: The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, © 1993-2004 Denis Howe


troll

v.,n. 1. [From the Usenet group alt.folklore.urban] To
utter a posting on Usenet designed to attract predictable
responses or flames; or, the post itself. Derives from the phrase
"trolling for newbies" which in turn comes from mainstream
"trolling", a style of fishing in which one trails bait through a
likely spot hoping for a bite. The well-constructed troll is a post
that induces lots of newbies and flamers to make themselves look
even more clueless than they already do, while subtly conveying to
the more savvy and experienced that it is in fact a deliberate
troll. If you don't fall for the joke, you get to be in on it. See
also YHBT. 2. An individual who chronically trolls in sense 1;
regularly posts specious arguments, flames or personal attacks to a
newsgroup, discussion list, or in email for no other purpose than to
annoy someone or disrupt a discussion. Trolls are recognizable by
the fact that the have no real interest in learning about the topic
at hand - they simply want to utter flame bait. Like the ugly
creatures they are named after, they exhibit no redeeming
characteristics, and as such, they are recognized as a lower form of
life on the net, as in, "Oh, ignore him, he's just a troll." 3.
[Berkeley] Computer lab monitor. A popular campus job for CS
students. Duties include helping newbies and ensuring that lab
policies are followed. Probably so-called because it involves
lurking in dark cavelike corners.

Some people claim that the troll (sense 1) is properly a narrower
category than flame bait, that a troll is categorized by containing
some assertion that is wrong but not overtly controversial. See
also Troll-O-Meter.

http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=troll



I think a definition of "troll" would be helpful here. Yoda is sort of trollish, but Pookie herself is substantially less so.

Except when the moderator is a troll.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 01:03:38 PM
This is rich, a troll (at least physically even if not internet forumly) and her sycophants ganging up on me.

Well, outnumbered as I am, all I can do now now is leave you, exiting the thread with that compelling burn ...
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: buster on December 27, 2004, 01:06:01 PM
 :-*

This is rich, a troll (at least physically even if not internet forumly) and her sycophants ganging up on me.

Well, outnumbered as I am, all I can do now now is leave you, exiting the thread with that compelling burn ...
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TrojanChispas on December 27, 2004, 01:06:09 PM
good riddance
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Julie Fern on December 27, 2004, 01:07:23 PM
and there so much work still be done!
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Eyes of the World on December 27, 2004, 01:34:41 PM
Pookie is cool; she's helped me on a few things before. Physically a troll? Hmm, not according the pic she has on the web, she’s a fox. I’m married, so I better shut up now, but I had to defend her honor.

:-*

This is rich, a troll (at least physically even if not internet forumly) and her sycophants ganging up on me.

Well, outnumbered as I am, all I can do now now is leave you, exiting the thread with that compelling burn ...
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: BAFF213 on December 27, 2004, 01:43:23 PM
we had about 5-10 seconds in between sections, so your plan wouldnt work

yea - ours was actually more like 5 seconds or so as well.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 01:45:34 PM
Getting back to the topic of discussion.

Ours was at least 1-2 minutes between sections, and one poster already said they had 3 minutes. I'm glad most of your proctors knew about this loophole and only gave you 15 seconds or so. Even with this, you could still cheat by going back and bubbling in answers you left blank.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 01:47:45 PM
But your topic blows dude.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 01:49:01 PM
(http://www.digitalend.com/pics/post-9-54293-ghey.jpg)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 01:50:16 PM
Alright I spoke too soon. Any way AJ, whats with the Amish beard? Is that in style these days?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 01:52:03 PM

I have another comment for your thread and your presence on LSD...


(http://www.digitalend.com/pics/nobody_cares.jpg)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 01:59:08 PM
Keep trying to insult me there Mr. Probably Too Ugly for an avatar.  Heres a photo of my jawline dip *&^%. 

(http://img134.exs.cx/img134/7352/copyofaaroninternetedited6ze.jpg)

Its actually cut like stone fucker.  Ha ha you suck.  Everyone knows that only insecure ugly people make lame ass attacks like you have been doing.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 02:00:39 PM
Keep trying to insult me there Mr. Probably Too Ugly for an avatar.  Heres a photo of my jawline dip sh*t. 

(http://img134.exs.cx/img134/7352/copyofaaroninternetedited6ze.jpg)

Its actually cut like stone fucker.  Ha ha you suck.  Everyone knows that only insecure ugly people make lame ass attacks like you have been doing.

You're a very beautiful young man with a lovely jaw line .... happy?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 02:01:16 PM
Good idea, delete the post where you attack my looks.  Why dont you delete all of them, and then your account?

HTFH
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: BAFF213 on December 27, 2004, 02:03:36 PM
Good idea, delete the post where you attack my looks.  Why dont you delete all of them, and then your account?

HTFH

what did his post say?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 02:05:51 PM
Something about my beard hiding my fat face and my weak jawline.  f-ing gay!!  :P
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 02:07:22 PM
Something about my beard hiding my fat face and my weak jawline.  f-ing gay!!  :P

Maybe its the idea of having someone to repeat an insult directed at them, but I just ROTFLMAO. This forum is hilarious.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 02:08:47 PM
Something about my beard hiding my fat face and my weak jawline.  f-ing gay!!  :P

Maybe its the idea of having someone to repeat an insult directed at them, but I just ROTFLMAO. This forum is hilarious.

(http://www.digitalend.com/pics/funnyh.jpg)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 02:08:56 PM
I'm seriously getting a headache and sore face muscles from all this laughter. You people are hilarious.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 02:09:42 PM
I'm seriously getting a headache and sore face muscles from all this laughter. You people are hilarious.

Your laughter is only hiding your tears, fuckface.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 02:10:51 PM
I'm seriously getting a headache and sore face muscles from all this laughter. You people are hilarious.

Your laughter only hiding your tears, fuckface.

Just a tad bit overdramatic, considering the situation? Maybe thats why this forum is so funny. Everyone is so super dramatic and into arguing.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Eyes of the World on December 27, 2004, 02:11:28 PM
Ours was also 1-2 minutes; I did not look around to see if others had stopped writing their tests or not (I was in the front row, by the door {sucked}; proctors came in and out about 10 times during the test, one proctor’s cell ph kept beeping due to what I assumed was a low battery – he finally shut it off after the second section). Anyway, I'm thinking a very small % of the test taking pop would actually cheat – cheating: pay now or pay later. However, I have no scientific data to back up my assumption. Maybe LSAC should conduct a case study. Eventually, I believe the LSAT will be electronically administered, and test takers will simply be given scratch paper. In this scenario, the essay could also be typed rather than written; maybe a writing option would be available for poor typists.

Getting back to the topic of discussion.

Ours was at least 1-2 minutes between sections, and one poster already said they had 3 minutes. I'm glad most of your proctors knew about this loophole and only gave you 15 seconds or so. Even with this, you could still cheat by going back and bubbling in answers you left blank.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 02:12:42 PM
One more thing dude, is this you?



(http://www.digitalend.com/pics/image-6.jpg)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: BAFF213 on December 27, 2004, 02:13:03 PM
Something about my beard hiding my fat face and my weak jawline.  f-ing gay!!  :P

did he actually say you have a "weak jawline"?  ???   haha, that's funny
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 02:14:49 PM
Ours was also 1-2 minutes; I did not look around to see if others had stopped writing their tests or not (I was in the front row, by the door {sucked}; proctors came in and out about 10 times during the test, one proctor’s cell ph kept beeping due to what I assumed was a low battery – he finally shut it off after the second section). Anyway, I'm thinking a very small % of the test taking pop would actually cheat – cheating: pay now or pay later. However, I have no scientific data to back up my assumption. Maybe LSAC should conduct a case study. Eventually, I believe the LSAT will be electronically administered, and test takers will simply be given scratch paper. In this scenario, the essay could also be typed rather than written; maybe a writing option would be available for poor typists.

Getting back to the topic of discussion.

Ours was at least 1-2 minutes between sections, and one poster already said they had 3 minutes. I'm glad most of your proctors knew about this loophole and only gave you 15 seconds or so. Even with this, you could still cheat by going back and bubbling in answers you left blank.

Maybe really getting back to the topic ....

That could be an expensive change, getting all of those computers. Unless maybe universities let them use the existing computer labs. Good point on the unfair competitive advantage given to typists in the writing section.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: BAFF213 on December 27, 2004, 02:18:20 PM
has anyone tried using earplugs (to avoid annoying noises in the testing room)?  i was thinking i may use them in june.  there doesnt really seem to be any disadvantages to earplugs, except maybe not being able to hear the proctor when the section is over.  i have used them before though (when using a jackhammer working in construction), and i would think i wouldnt have a problem hearing the proctor, since you can hear most moderate to loud sounds.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: cascagrossa on December 27, 2004, 02:19:18 PM
one problem i can think of is that earplugs are not allowed.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 02:20:01 PM
has anyone tried using earplugs (to avoid annoying noises in the testing room)?  i was thinking i may use them in june.  there doesnt really seem to be any disadvantages to earplugs, except maybe not being able to hear the proctor when the section is over.  i have used them before though (when using a jackhammer working in construction), and i would think i wouldnt have a problem hearing the proctor, since you can hear most moderate to loud sounds.

Was your room noisy? Ours was super quiet. A noisy testroom would be a seriously unfair disadvantage.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 02:23:25 PM
Ours was also 1-2 minutes; I did not look around to see if others had stopped writing their tests or not (I was in the front row, by the door {sucked}; proctors came in and out about 10 times during the test, one proctor’s cell ph kept beeping due to what I assumed was a low battery – he finally shut it off after the second section). Anyway, I'm thinking a very small % of the test taking pop would actually cheat – cheating: pay now or pay later. However, I have no scientific data to back up my assumption. Maybe LSAC should conduct a case study. Eventually, I believe the LSAT will be electronically administered, and test takers will simply be given scratch paper. In this scenario, the essay could also be typed rather than written; maybe a writing option would be available for poor typists.

Getting back to the topic of discussion.

Ours was at least 1-2 minutes between sections, and one poster already said they had 3 minutes. I'm glad most of your proctors knew about this loophole and only gave you 15 seconds or so. Even with this, you could still cheat by going back and bubbling in answers you left blank.

Maybe really getting back to the topic ....

That could be an expensive change, getting all of those computers. Unless maybe universities let them use the existing computer labs. Good point on the unfair competitive advantage given to typists in the writing section.

the GRE and/or GMAT is on the computer.  i'm not sure exactly where the computer labs are, but it wasn't unreasonable for that testing agency to computerize the test(s).  and btw, LSAC is RICH.  there was a thread before about how freaking loaded LSAC is, with millions in cash in reserves.  maybe they can put it to good use.

anyway, i must say that i don't think i'd do as well on a computer anyway.  i need to be able to draw all over my test, right next to the questions, and use different markings on answers i KNOW to be wrong and answers i THINK are wrong and questions i need to come back and review, etc.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: ilsox7 on December 27, 2004, 02:25:28 PM
Luckily most of us don't ever have to worry about the LSAT again  ;D
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: HankieB on December 27, 2004, 02:26:01 PM
re: switching to a computer-based test...

I think if LSAC were to do this, they would have to use test-centers like the GMAT & CPA exam (I'm sure there are others) require now.  So it wouldn't necessarily require LSAC to purchase PCs.  

I took the GMAT right after they switched to a computer-adapted test, and all I can say is that sometimes it is nice to not have the opportunity to go back and second-guess your answers. It isn't a perfect situation, by any means, but I imagine that LSAC will eventually go down this road.

The best part of taking the test on a PC - instant grading.  I walked out with my score, and that felt pretty good.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Eyes of the World on December 27, 2004, 02:26:31 PM
You are correct, unfortunately.

http://www.lsac.org/LSAC.asp?url=/additional-info/day-of-the-test.asp

Prohibited devices. Candidates are not permitted to bring into the testing room the following devices: ear plugs, books, papers of any kind, calculators, rulers, listening devices, cellular phones, recording or photographic devices, pagers, beepers, headsets, and/or other electronic devices. Supervisors are instructed to collect all prohibited devices that are brought into the testing room until the exam is finished. LSAC and LSAT testing staff will not be responsible for confiscated devices.

I believe they are allowed during the Bar Exam, at least in Minn.

one problem i can think of is that earplugs are not allowed.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 02:30:56 PM
Keep trying to insult me there Mr. Probably Too Ugly for an avatar.  Heres a photo of my jawline dip *&^%. 

(http://img134.exs.cx/img134/7352/copyofaaroninternetedited6ze.jpg)

Its actually cut like stone fucker.  Ha ha you suck.  Everyone knows that only insecure ugly people make lame ass attacks like you have been doing.

before you mentioned it, i had already noticed your jawline.  i love strong facial structure on men.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 02:33:59 PM
Keep trying to insult me there Mr. Probably Too Ugly for an avatar.  Heres a photo of my jawline dip sh*t. 

(http://img134.exs.cx/img134/7352/copyofaaroninternetedited6ze.jpg)

Its actually cut like stone fucker.  Ha ha you suck.  Everyone knows that only insecure ugly people make lame ass attacks like you have been doing.

before you mentioned it, i had already noticed your jawline.  i love strong facial structure on men.

OMG everyone's talking about this guy's jaw line, this is so f'ing funny. Laughter overload.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 02:37:25 PM
My face muscles are seriously sore.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 02:38:07 PM
how is that funny?  i'm complimenting the guy's jaw.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 02:39:35 PM
People don't normally talk about guys' jaw lines. I don't know I thought it was uncontrollably funny.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 02:41:21 PM
i love how you're the judge of what is "normal."  girls pay attention to such things, whether they know it or not.  this is part of why brad pitt is hot.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Koga on December 27, 2004, 02:42:20 PM
People don't normally talk about guys' jaw lines. I don't know I thought it was uncontrollably funny.

We all know that you reach for the mayo when you see AJ's jawline.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 02:43:21 PM
i love how you're the judge of what is "normal."  girls pay attention to such things, whether they know it or not.  this is part of why brad pitt is hot.

I guess. Still thought it was funny.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 02:50:38 PM
You asked for this genreg.  Remeber, your random insults started with Pookie and I warned you that it would be trouble.  Now you get to eat *&^%.

btw Pookie,  :-*
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: BAFF213 on December 27, 2004, 02:54:00 PM
my room was OK.  at the start, i was really annoyed by the pencil scratching noise of the person next to me (he must have been constantly underlining, not that i wasn't).  but after a couple minutes, it didnt bother me any more.  i just dont want to have to worry about something bad happening next time.

has anyone tried using earplugs (to avoid annoying noises in the testing room)?  i was thinking i may use them in june.  there doesnt really seem to be any disadvantages to earplugs, except maybe not being able to hear the proctor when the section is over.  i have used them before though (when using a jackhammer working in construction), and i would think i wouldnt have a problem hearing the proctor, since you can hear most moderate to loud sounds.

Was your room noisy? Ours was super quiet. A noisy testroom would be a seriously unfair disadvantage.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 02:57:55 PM
You asked for this genreg.  Remeber, your random insults started with Pookie and I warned you that it would be trouble.  Now you get to eat sh*t.

btw Pookie,  :-*

Asked for what? Turning you into a physical beauty spectacle for others to judge? You're probably going to get a complex from all this, and will be checking your jaw line in the mirror 10 times a day. Just don't send me the therapy bills none of this was intentional.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 02:59:52 PM
Lets see, you insulted Pooks-pissed everyone off.  I warned you, flamed your ass for a minute, and then you went after my looks.  You are so f-ing stupid.

Yes, you did ask for it.

HTFH
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: BAFF213 on December 27, 2004, 03:03:54 PM
one problem i can think of is that earplugs are not allowed.

ah - that could be a potential problem.  food wasn't supposed to be allowed though and our proctors didnt care about that.

why are earplugs prohibited?  is lsac concerned that you might have someone feeding you the answers with some kind of device that operates via earplugs/headphones?  (i believe i saw something like this in a movie)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: genreg78 on December 27, 2004, 03:10:01 PM
I really need to move on. Otherwise I'll spend all day on here. Later people. Pookie, I will be coming back with a new account, so you should vigilantly watch everyone's IP.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 03:17:02 PM
one problem i can think of is that earplugs are not allowed.

ah - that could be a potential problem.  food wasn't supposed to be allowed though and our proctors didnt care about that.

why are earplugs prohibited?  is lsac concerned that you might have someone feeding you the answers with some kind of device that operates via earplugs/headphones?  (i believe i saw something like this in a movie)

i think they're concerned about you not hearing the proctor call time.  that's my guess, anyway.

and  :-* to you too, AJ

I really need to move on. Otherwise I'll spend all day on here. Later people. Pookie, I will be coming back with a new account, so you should vigilantly watch everyone's IP.

if you come back and behave like a normal, productive LSDer, i'll never thing to check your IP.  if you come back and insult me, insult others, and otherwise generally act like a troll, i will check your IP out of curiosity, and i'll let everyone know it's you.  if it's fun for you to create accounts, have your cover blown, delete, and start over, go ahead.  it doesn't bother me one bit, and it only takes a couple clicks to figure out who you are.  have a nice day :)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: WitterUin4 on December 27, 2004, 03:41:02 PM
Lets see, you insulted Pooks-pissed everyone off.  I warned you, flamed your ass for a minute, and then you went after my looks.  You are so f-ing stupid.

Yes, you did ask for it.

HTFH

FWIW, You're hot and I love your jawline also. Married, older (like Cindy Crawford and Sandra Bullock, only NOT)  ;)but not blind.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: futurejd20 on December 27, 2004, 03:53:24 PM
one problem i can think of is that earplugs are not allowed.

ah - that could be a potential problem.  food wasn't supposed to be allowed though and our proctors didnt care about that.

why are earplugs prohibited?  is lsac concerned that you might have someone feeding you the answers with some kind of device that operates via earplugs/headphones?  (i believe i saw something like this in a movie)

Someone could take the test out in the beginning (with no intention of coming back) and feed you the answers through the earplug. Another good idea.

Btw, why did you decide you were retaking this June?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 03:55:02 PM
i assume the topic of how to cheat on the LSAT is over, at least for this thread.

to continue the jawline angle discussion, there was this picture of brad pitt at a red carpet premiere.  he was wearing this great suit, and the angle of his chin matched the angle at the top of his shirt.  it's enough to make you weak in the knees  :P
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: futurejd20 on December 27, 2004, 03:57:15 PM
i assume the topic of how to cheat on the LSAT is over, at least for this thread.

to continue the jawline angle discussion, there was this picture of brad pitt at a red carpet premiere.  he was wearing this great suit, and the angle of his chin matched the angle at the top of his shirt.  it's enough to make you weak in the knees  :P

Actually, I think it is very interesting topic. I would definitely cheat if I came up with a nice plan.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: ilsox7 on December 27, 2004, 03:57:36 PM
i assume the topic of how to cheat on the LSAT is over, at least for this thread.

to continue the jawline angle discussion, there was this picture of brad pitt at a red carpet premiere.  he was wearing this great suit, and the angle of his chin matched the angle at the top of his shirt.  it's enough to make you weak in the knees  :P

I'll have to remember to check to make sure my chin is lined up with my shirt...didn't realize this was such an important factor  ;)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: WitterUin4 on December 27, 2004, 03:58:04 PM
i assume the topic of how to cheat on the LSAT is over, at least for this thread.

to continue the jawline angle discussion, there was this picture of brad pitt at a red carpet premiere.  he was wearing this great suit, and the angle of his chin matched the angle at the top of his shirt.  it's enough to make you weak in the knees  :P

Yeah. Has got to be some sort of evolutionary thing going on with the jaws.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 03:59:01 PM
i assume the topic of how to cheat on the LSAT is over, at least for this thread.

to continue the jawline angle discussion, there was this picture of brad pitt at a red carpet premiere.  he was wearing this great suit, and the angle of his chin matched the angle at the top of his shirt.  it's enough to make you weak in the knees  :P

Actually, I think it is very interesting topic. I would definitely cheat if I came up with a nice plan.

never mind.  proceed, then :)  meanwhile, witter, AJ, ilsox, and i are going to talk about facial bones ;)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: futurejd20 on December 27, 2004, 04:06:24 PM
ok whatever. proceed.  8)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 04:08:32 PM
I wear my beard the way I do because it matches my jawline.


Sometimes I wear it normal too but its a differnt look.  I like to keep it really short when I do it that way.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 04:22:20 PM
I wear my beard the way I do because it matches my jawline.

smart boy.  now you can try to find shirts with matching necklines ;)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: ilsox7 on December 27, 2004, 04:23:21 PM
Do you think they have a prep class or something that can teach me how to ensure my jaw line is consistent ith my shirt angle in those nerve wracking situations?  I totally should have written my PS about mu constant trouble with my jaw line...
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 04:23:39 PM
I wear my beard the way I do because it matches my jawline.

smart boy.  now you can try to find shirts with matching necklines ;)

I would have to have someone dressing me and AJ's single right now.  :-\

Maybe I should go on that queer eye show...  Nah!  ;D
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 04:25:50 PM
I wear my beard the way I do because it matches my jawline.

smart boy.  now you can try to find shirts with matching necklines ;)

I would have to have someone dressing me and AJ's single right now.  :-\

Maybe I should go on that queer eye show...  Nah!  ;D

i LOVE queer eye.  ilsox, that's the answer to your prep class question, i guess.  the other answer is something else AJ mentioned: girlfriend.  or boyfriend, if you swing that way, but if you did, i bet you'd be able to match your jawline to your shirt ;)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: ilsox7 on December 27, 2004, 04:27:04 PM
Girlfriend would be the best answer.  Isn't that what law school is for?  ;D
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: A.J on December 27, 2004, 04:29:21 PM
I think most straight guys either need a girl or a gay to tell them how to dress.  I am probably one of these.  :D
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: ilsox7 on December 27, 2004, 04:30:45 PM
This is why I am going into law.  First, hopefully I find a girl  ;D

Second, lawyers wear suits.  I love wearing suits.  Corporate America made me wear business casual, which sucked.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Fade on December 27, 2004, 05:02:32 PM
I took the LSAT a few times (unfortunately) and never had more than 10 seconds between sections.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: buster on December 27, 2004, 07:29:57 PM
I miss genreg78 already.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 07:31:59 PM
I miss genreg78 already.

will it help if i tell you something you already knew and insist that you didn't already know it?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: buster on December 27, 2004, 07:38:41 PM
yes! please do! and then insult someone and complain when people reprimand you for insulting someone!


I miss genreg78 already.

will it help if i tell you something you already knew and insist that you didn't already know it?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 08:21:44 PM
and then can i also whine if people try to provoke me, because clearly i'm the only one that should be doing any provoking?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: buster on December 27, 2004, 08:23:30 PM
my, you sound like quite the provocateuse!

and then can i also whine if people try to provoke me, because clearly i'm the only one that should be doing any provoking?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 08:25:16 PM
i learned from the best a troll.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: buster on December 27, 2004, 08:27:05 PM
wait, you learned from yourself?  ???

i learned from the best a troll.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: TDPookie1 on December 27, 2004, 08:29:35 PM
wait, you learned from yourself?  ???

i learned from the best a troll.

 ::)
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: BAFF213 on December 27, 2004, 09:43:50 PM
Mostly because my score sucks!

one problem i can think of is that earplugs are not allowed.

ah - that could be a potential problem.  food wasn't supposed to be allowed though and our proctors didnt care about that.

why are earplugs prohibited?  is lsac concerned that you might have someone feeding you the answers with some kind of device that operates via earplugs/headphones?  (i believe i saw something like this in a movie)

Someone could take the test out in the beginning (with no intention of coming back) and feed you the answers through the earplug. Another good idea.

Btw, why did you decide you were retaking this June?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Julie Fern on December 28, 2004, 10:03:57 AM
I miss genreg78 already.

he be back, probably under another name.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: lshopeful on December 28, 2004, 11:27:15 AM
He might be back right now. He might have found an irresistable opportunity which he had to take advantage of. He'll probably leave soon though. This forum too addictive.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Julie Fern on December 28, 2004, 11:29:19 AM
hey, l., you from the chicago shopefuls?
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: lshopeful on December 28, 2004, 11:31:17 AM
hey, l., you from the chicago slopefuls?

Thats an h, not an l. Reading comprehension so bad not even worth making fun of anymore. You just sad. Nobody want kick dead dog.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Julie Fern on December 28, 2004, 11:34:00 AM
hey, l., you from the chicago slopefuls?

Such terrible reading comprehension. Thats an h, not an l. Its so bad its not even worth making fun of anymore. You just sad. Nobody want kick dead dog.

just typo, which can fix.  your problem not fix so easy.  so, genreg/heinz boy, this where you tell julie how easily she provoked?

Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: lshopeful on December 28, 2004, 11:35:26 AM
hey, l., you from the chicago slopefuls?

just typo, which can fix.  your problem not fix so easy.  so, genreg/heinz boy, this where you tell julie how easily she provoked?

Such terrible reading comprehension. Thats an h, not an l. Its so bad its not even worth making fun of anymore. You just sad. Nobody want kick dead dog.

Me still like Julie and think she free-thinking eccentric who is coolest girl on LSD, but me never hesitate to insult Julie if given chance.
Title: Re: HOW TO CHEAT on LSATs
Post by: Julie Fern on December 28, 2004, 11:44:34 AM
Me still like Julie and think she free-thinking eccentric who is coolest girl on LSD, but me never hesitate to insult Julie if given chance.

even numbnuts like you can find chance on board like this.  just remember:  in battle of wits, you already half beaten.