Does the "waitin time" hurt or help the score in yo head?

ST7740
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Does the "waitin time" hurt or help the score in yo head?

Postby ST7740 » Sat Feb 27, 2010 12:56 pm

I was wondering if Im da only one. The day after Exam, I was all like, "Yeah I nailed that" but as time went on, I think worse and worse. Like the week after the exam, I was all like, "Well I aint got no chance, no chance in hell" and now it got to da point where I dont even want to see my score because I know it will be mad bad and mad low. Like I keep trying to force myself to think logically and say, "Yo how can it be lower then ur practice tests" but then I think, DAMN, that exam was mad harder than the practice tests.

However I talked to another dude who took the exam from my school and he said that after the test he was almost in a depression because he was sure he did horrible but as time went on he feel better and better. Like after he took test he was goin around saying, "I got a 140" but now he is like, "I prolly got a 160, cant wait".

So I was wondering how many people here are in Camp A and Camp B?

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TrialsOfMiles
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Re: Does the "waitin time" hurt or help the score in yo head?

Postby TrialsOfMiles » Sat Feb 27, 2010 1:19 pm

Interesting vernacular. . . fairly certain kittenmittens will say something about "proles," though...

I left the test feeling like I did my best, and sure that I corrected mistakes that I had made on PTs. As time went on though, the confidence waned and let in doubt as my memories of taking the test dimmed...I'm sure that's what most people feel. I hope, however, that when I get my score (tomorrow?!) I can smile and say "Daaaaamn!" in a good way. :twisted:

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Re: Does the "waitin time" hurt or help the score in yo head?

Postby ChrisC » Sat Feb 27, 2010 1:23 pm

U ain't da only one, i was straight trippin but den i was like, "damn son you murked that lsat". feel me?

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Re: Does the "waitin time" hurt or help the score in yo head?

Postby goosey » Sat Feb 27, 2010 1:49 pm

ChrisC wrote:U ain't da only one, i was straight trippin but den i was like, "damn son you murked that lsat". feel me?



loloolol

::dies::

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Re: Does the "waitin time" hurt or help the score in yo head?

Postby Holler » Sat Feb 27, 2010 1:50 pm

Wells en mah hed, my skore es nyce.

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Re: Does the "waitin time" hurt or help the score in yo head?

Postby PigNipple » Sat Feb 27, 2010 1:54 pm

Holler wrote:Wells en mah hed, my skore es nyce.


It be dope pho yo's twrulee 2

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Charles Barkley
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Re: Does the "waitin time" hurt or help the score in yo head?

Postby Charles Barkley » Sat Feb 27, 2010 1:59 pm

Nahz the waitin timez doesn't hurt the score in my head cuz i be's confident and alwayz thnk im doing well evenz when i aint ya fill me?

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Re: Does the "waitin time" hurt or help the score in yo head?

Postby icydash » Sat Feb 27, 2010 2:10 pm

I definitely came out of the test thinking I did AWFUL. Like 155ish. I thought I did way worse than my practice tests because I KNEW I blew the first section on the test because I was so nervous. It wasn't until after the first section I calmed down and was able to perform normally.

Then after a few days of talking on TLS, I found out the first section was the experimental, I stopped "trippin" and realized I probably actually did really well.

Turns out I did really well.

The waiting / talking on TLS definitely helped me / calmed me down.

I was SO close to cancelling my score. If the first section hadn't (by luck) been the experimental, I probably would have.




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