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Studying for the LSAT / Re: October 2004 LSAT: the aftermath
« on: October 03, 2004, 02:29:22 AM »
I'm screwed! I swear I don't remember and didn't do that 'fabric' question - ppl are saying it was a comparison of modern architecture to some other architecture... now I'm pissing myself that I left it out by mistake and bubbled in my answers as though I had done it, so that the answer for the next question was placed as the answer to this one so that all by bubbling is off by one spot! @#!*! I'll have no rest till I get the grading sheet pdf!

What to dO?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: ! Warning about posting opinions on LSAT
« on: October 02, 2004, 06:21:00 PM »
it doesn't help. the tests are very early in the morning. noone could remember all this stuff. and even if they knew which was the experimental they wouldn't trust ppl on the internet. I first found this site half an hour before going to take the lsat. first time ever. normally in london we're in the test at the same time as you. this time was an anomaly because of the test center. anyway, I read which was experimental. when in the test, I just didn't trust it. Why would I take the risk? I worked just as hard on the section and ended up being totally bummed that it didn't count. as for remembering answers: noone would be able to. it's hard to finish on time, without trying to remember some *&^% about volcanoes and dust and the earth cooling. I dunno... I don't think we need to worry.

slightly better, but not totally sure

Law School Admissions / retirement
« on: October 02, 2004, 06:14:52 PM »
Hey all, I'm retiring from the board! No, not to start law school, but my fourth year at uni. And now that I'm returning, I'm pushing all this stuff out of my head to concentrate on Finals. Retook the LSAT today - I feel pretty good about it, but then anything beats last time! I'll be back to tell you how it went (not that it's that interesting to anyone) and to see about you guys. You can female dog about the niceness all you like, but since I'm going I'll ignore it: I have loved this site and I know you're all going to some amazing schools and that pretty soon those acceptance letters will start appearing. We're a pretty talented bunch, huh? ZAP and his cool posts, Lexy's great repliques, Matt's amazing logic skills, Pooky's general coolness, Ruskie's support and drive, Noell's avatars, DOWNY... well, what can i say? And Kollesch and Calguy and all the people I'm forgetting to tell how much I like...Mukhia...inthesun, cho etc etc.
I for my part am still applying to Boalt, but I've pretty much decided to do a BA in law at Oxford and see where I am in two years....
Anyway, I've benefitted a lot from this site, made great friends etc. and I want to thank you all for being an awesome bunch.
I wish you all a ton of luck with the apps and with law school. And if anyone has any questions about the UK then pm me. Or pm me anyway.
Keep rocking.

I think the curve will be on the hard side. you?

again, same as Jaz. it's looking up!

Same answer as Rizz for the board q.

just two. I remember, because they were in the 2cd LR, right towards the end, and I had forgotten they existed til then.

I definitely didn't get that one. I still don't. I must be dim, but if the nutrient is in the milk, and we are told milk helps eyesight, how can it be that eyesight is formed in the womb... WOT? I don't even understand my own waffle. My whole post doesn't make sense! Arghhhhh!!!!!!!

I put the former, too, but they were too similar for me to justify. glad everyone chose the same tho'!

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