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Law Students => Incoming 1Ls => Topic started by: corleone on June 15, 2004, 11:12:42 AM

Title: LSAT liars......
Post by: corleone on June 15, 2004, 11:12:42 AM

  I dont mean to be a negative nancy...but how many kids are going to come back in 3 weeks and report highly inflated LSAT scores in a feeble attempt to save face????

  The proof is in the pudding.... how many of you who have already takin the test recevied a score HIGHER than where they were pretesting?


Title: Re: LSAT liars......
Post by: nathanielmark on June 15, 2004, 11:30:21 AM
i dont know why anyone would lie, seriously.  its a freaking number that only impacts your law school apps.  i dont think anyone gives a crap much more beyond that.  once you get into law school it is useless.
Title: Re: LSAT liars......
Post by: jgruber on June 15, 2004, 11:42:39 AM
Hey, I earned my 155!
Title: Re: LSAT liars......
Post by: farnsworth on June 15, 2004, 12:12:18 PM
My score was equal to my highest LSAT pretest (172), and about 3 points higher than what my average pretest score was...I probably should have gotten a couple points higher, but I misread a couple questions (apparently putting "Which one of these is NOT..." was not enough for me to pay attention), but those kind of test-day jitters are probably par for the course.
Title: Re: LSAT liars......
Post by: grahamers on June 15, 2004, 12:23:30 PM
My trend during my Princeton review course was somehting like:


I scored a 170 on the real thing and I knew I had done well as soon as I left the center.  I was in the courtyard and I let out a big "Wahhhoooo!" to relieve stress and to celebrate.

That seems like ages ago, but it was only about 9 months ago!
Title: Re: LSAT liars......
Post by: ttiwed on June 15, 2004, 12:29:30 PM
i'm taking the test in october and i plan to lie about my score when i post it under my avatar. i think one of the most important things in life is to try to look like you're the *&^% in front of as many anonymous posters on lsd as possible.

haha... kidding aside, i think some people on this board might feel compelled to lie cause of a few jerks on this site who have noting better to do than to ridicule others for having lower scores (louder_than_bombs, et al). my advice is to not let it bother you. be like jew-lo and just say "eat my ass!"
Title: Re: LSAT liars......
Post by: Findedeux on June 15, 2004, 03:57:46 PM
The difference between my first Kaplan practice test and the real thing was also HUGE: 2 points. Thank God I spent $1100 on that course.
Title: Re: LSAT liars......
Post by: ccptexas on June 16, 2004, 08:41:47 AM
tested 160 through the princeton review and then improved a whopping 1 pt to score a 161 on the actual test.  best 1000 dollars i ever spent...oh wait...