Ask a guy who took the LSAT 7 times and now going to a T14

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Re: Ask a guy who took the LSAT 7 times and now going to a T14

Postby stratocophic » Tue Aug 10, 2010 2:39 am

nullisecundus wrote:Well regardless of personal thoughts on the matter, MENSA foundation offers admission to 2 groups of people: People with over 95 percentile LSATs and people with over 132 certified IQ. Those two must have something in common, I guess, to be used as a metric for the same purpose.
All it means is that MENSA's trolling reverse splitters IRL.

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Re: Ask a guy who took the LSAT 7 times and now going to a T14

Postby JollyGreenGiant » Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:48 am

Daytukrjabs wrote:
pkpop wrote:
Daytukrjabs wrote:I went from 150s to 170s over a period of 2.5 yrs. (For those wondering, you can waive the 3 LSAT limit if a school writes a letter to LSAC on your behalf.)
I don't recommend following my footsteps. But if you need to know, Ask Away!


Did you not run out of material when prepping, or did you reuse old material over & over again? Also, I'm wondering if you gradually improved over 7 times, or if your test scores fluctuated.


I studied prepcourse books thoroughly, but what made the difference was actually taking the practice exam under timed conditions. There's enough LSAT materials to go through.

I mean this nicely, but it took you SEVEN tries to realize this?

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Re: Ask a guy who took the LSAT 7 times and now going to a T14

Postby d34d9823 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:05 am

JollyGreenGiant wrote:
Daytukrjabs wrote:
pkpop wrote:
Daytukrjabs wrote:I went from 150s to 170s over a period of 2.5 yrs. (For those wondering, you can waive the 3 LSAT limit if a school writes a letter to LSAC on your behalf.)
I don't recommend following my footsteps. But if you need to know, Ask Away!


Did you not run out of material when prepping, or did you reuse old material over & over again? Also, I'm wondering if you gradually improved over 7 times, or if your test scores fluctuated.


I studied prepcourse books thoroughly, but what made the difference was actually taking the practice exam under timed conditions. There's enough LSAT materials to go through.

I mean this nicely, but it took you SEVEN tries to realize this?

QF Hilarity




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