rklafehn wrote:to pjo: yes.
THANK YOU! I still have a chance then. I blew the other section of LG. It was my first section and I had to guess on 7. (I usually get -0 or -1 wrong).
dukivich10 wrote:thriller219 wrote:Feel bad for you Duk, 2 RC's sucks, I had 2 LG's, dont know which was real but neither was particularly difficult IMO.
ya it does suck n there was a huge diff btween my performance/difficulty of the two sections. Like I think I got -1 or -2 on the first n like -10 on the second. So I will be praying that the first was scored. Definately made my goal if that is the case, if not FML.......
Sammi wrote:chicoalto0649 wrote:You guys are all lame
Last year we were fucking reciting the June 09 LSAT and possible answers like it was gospel. Grow some sack and start disseminating answers.
Then why are you hanging around June 10?
makingwaves wrote:Agreed. Praying for a generous curveeee!
UFmark wrote:Canceled my test after being put into the WORST testing conditions possible.
During the course of this description I want you all to realize this is occurring at UMiami in South Florida and its 95 degrees out with no breeze.
So I arrived to the test early to avoid any problems with registration, seating, whatever. Ended up standing OUTSIDE for 30 minutes just to SIGN-IN(why the HELL is the sign-in area outside when its almost 100 degrees out). I'm looking around while standing in my designated last name line and literally every single person is sweating BULLETS. I'm talking there was some guys that their entire shirts were absolutely drenched with pure sweat. I notice that the heat really seems to be getting to some of the other test takers but I brush it off and try not to think about it, telling myself that once I get inside the testing center it will be much better and I will be able to cool off. However, I would be sadly mistaken.
After finally getting checked in, I am sent up to a classroom to where I will be taking the test. I am soooo happy, I'm like "OMG yes a classroom, BIG desks, not a lot of people in the room, wooooo!!!" This happiness would not last for long, as after I take my seat I realize I am still sweating my ass off. What do you FUCKIN know, the room has absolutely NO AC. The second I realize this I make a comment to the proctor(who is now doing a secondary ID check for all test takers entering the classroom) about the temperature and question the lack of AC. She responds and tells me that the test managers or whatever informed her that the AC should be on and should be cooling down blah blah. 25 minutes later, everyone is finally checked into the classroom and has an assigned seat. By this time, it had to be over 100 degrees in a room with 25 people in it. The two proctors are sweating BALLS along with the rest of us. Everyone in the classroom is complaining about the heat, some jokingly and some with anger. At this point the proctor starts whispering to the other proctor and after a quick conversation the one proctor leaves the room(in search of a new classroom). The head proctor of our classroom states to the class, "In my over 20 years of proctoring this exam, never have I been in a room that has been this inadequate for holding an exam." So finally, after sitting in the sauna(classroom) for 30 minutes and sweating my ass off we are moved to another classroom with AC.
Needless to say, the circumstances leading up to the start of the test severely hindered my ability to perform on the LSAT. I have full intentions of writing a letter of complaint to LSAC in order to receive a full refund and make sure that no test taker will ever have to experience what I did today. I was ready to crush that exam and I had to put up with this bullshit! I must say the overall experience was extremely disheartening.
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