LSAT Redux

5 thoughts on “LSAT Redux”

  1. Ignoring it is the best thing. No use fretting about things you have no control over. Just enjoy the weather (hope it gets better) and the free time you now have, throw or go to a party or two, and walk the dog on the beach.

  2. I agree. Most importantly, be proud of yourself just for taking the damn thing, and then enjoy your time away from it. Let the marks fall where they may.

  3. Like you, I took the Kaplan course. I did progressively better on each test during the course, and by the end I was actually doing pretty well. This test, though, absolutely kicked my a**. The only section I felt confident about was section 2 (and guess which one turned out to be experimental).
    Here’s hoping that everyone got his lunch handed to him and the test is scaled accordingly!

    Good luck.

  4. Yah. I didn’t take the Kaplan course – I just used their premier program study guide. I’m glad I’m not the only one who aced the practice tests and had my ass handed to me in the actual exam!

  5. Hi there,

    I had the exact same test as you…LR, LR, LG, LR and RC.
    I did bad on the LG…they seem soooo hard for some reason and usually I was strongest at them before. I did better on the third LR. I did some more research and it seems that everyone thinks section 2 was the experimental. so cross your fingers!!!

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