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superiorlobe

Re: post your score here
« Reply #220 on: October 26, 2004, 10:32:36 AM »
and yes, it's true Lobe, I only got a 172.  I'm so ashamed


Nothing to be ashamed of desmo.  keep your chin up.  I'm just pointing out that compared to Jayhawkgirl you are TTT.

superiorlobe

Re: post your score here
« Reply #221 on: October 26, 2004, 10:37:09 AM »
Thanks lobe, but there's a reason why I don't post my score every chance I get. I don't think that what you say should be judged by your LSAT score, but, unfortunately, it happens a lot on this board.  Someone with a high score tends to automatically be taken more seriously, while low scorers are often refuted with comments like "wtf do you know? you only got a 146. hth"   


This post shows you have confidence, Jayhawkgirl.  You don't need to flaunt it, because you know you have it.  Confidence is sexy.

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Re: post your score here
« Reply #222 on: October 26, 2004, 11:33:30 AM »

This post shows you have confidence, Jayhawkgirl.  You don't need to flaunt it, because you know you have it.  Confidence is sexy.


Wow...am I the only male here who doesn't try to e-flirt with Jayhawkgirl after each one of her posts????????

desmo

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Re: post your score here
« Reply #223 on: October 26, 2004, 11:36:41 AM »
and yes, it's true Lobe, I only got a 172.  I'm so ashamed


Nothing to be ashamed of desmo.  keep your chin up.  I'm just pointing out that compared to Jayhawkgirl you are third tier toilet.

right there with you buddy

lexylit

Re: post your score here
« Reply #224 on: October 26, 2004, 11:52:49 AM »
Wow...am I the only male here who doesn't try to e-flirt with Jayhawkgirl after each one of her posts????????

you're the only LSDer of any gender. jayhawk, you look hot today   :-* i'll PM you later 'cause i need some, errr, application advice   ;)

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Re: post your score here
« Reply #225 on: October 26, 2004, 03:09:44 PM »
Well I scored a 158, which is an 8 point improvement over my first test so I am happy.....wishing I could have scored a 160, but still content with my score. I might even have a shot at some tier two schools ;). What surprised me the most was the fact that I only missed one in the games section, but then tanked a LR section. Time to make my application list.

LN135

Re: post your score here
« Reply #226 on: October 26, 2004, 05:41:45 PM »
Sorry to be a bit behind in this thread (day job and all).  AuburnLibertarian, I agree that philosophy is a good major for LSAT-takers, if for no other reason than that if you have worked your way through the Critique of Pure Reason, you can get through anything.   :)  No grad school for you, then?  I'm actually thinking about doing both, so I have the GREs to look forward to. 

lexylit

Re: post your score here
« Reply #227 on: October 26, 2004, 06:36:59 PM »
so I have the GREs to look forward to. 

much easier than the lsat-- nothing to worry about, for you!

plus you don't have to take it in the AM  :D

BAFF213

Re: post your score here
« Reply #228 on: October 26, 2004, 07:50:33 PM »
Well I scored a 158, which is an 8 point improvement over my first test so I am happy.....wishing I could have scored a 160, but still content with my score. I might even have a shot at some tier two schools ;). What surprised me the most was the fact that I only missed one in the games section, but then tanked a LR section. Time to make my application list.

yea midjeep - i "aced" the games (i only missed two - 91% - far better than i had ever done on games in practice tests) but i BOMBED the LR (don't even want to say what i got on it - much worse than how i did on practice tests) - i ended up with a 155.  pretty disappointing considering that my last two practice tests were 161 and i felt like something "clicked" at the end.  i think i could hit lower 160s if i practiced for a couple more months.  but oh well, at least it's over.

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Re: post your score here
« Reply #229 on: October 27, 2004, 03:49:31 AM »
Well I scored a 158, which is an 8 point improvement over my first test so I am happy.....wishing I could have scored a 160, but still content with my score. I might even have a shot at some tier two schools ;). What surprised me the most was the fact that I only missed one in the games section, but then tanked a LR section. Time to make my application list.

yea midjeep - i "aced" the games (i only missed two - 91% - far better than i had ever done on games in practice tests) but i BOMBED the LR (don't even want to say what i got on it - much worse than how i did on practice tests) - i ended up with a 155.  pretty disappointing considering that my last two practice tests were 161 and i felt like something "clicked" at the end.  i think i could hit lower 160s if i practiced for a couple more months.  but oh well, at least it's over.

Well good luck applying this year. You have a higher LSAT than I did last year and I was waitlisted at GMU (actually you still have a higher LSAT than my official score, given the average). According to Dean Richard, it is better to try and get a higher LSAT in December than applying early. I'm sure you will hit 160+ by December.