Question for Those who have Taken the LSAT (Not June)

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angiej
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Question for Those who have Taken the LSAT (Not June)

Postby angiej » Tue Jun 08, 2010 1:56 pm

For those of you have taken older lsats (not june), if you walked out feeling good - did that end up meaning you scored well??? Were there any surprises when you received your score and had felt good about it?

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Re: Question for Those who have Taken the LSAT (Not June)

Postby idoubtit » Tue Jun 08, 2010 2:00 pm

I took both June ones last year and this year. and I knew right there I sucked in LG and that was gonna screw up my total score.

so last year when I came out, I guessed my score would be somewhere between 160 to 165. I got a 163.

this year, I would be happy if I can get anything better than 165.

Now I realize maybe the June exams each year would have weird and tough games?

If there's another time, if, for me to take it, I definitely would never take it again in June.

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Re: Question for Those who have Taken the LSAT (Not June)

Postby cardinalandgold » Tue Jun 08, 2010 2:07 pm

I walked out of Sept 09 feeling meh about it. Ended up with a 163. Re-took in Dec 09 and felt pretty good about the test. Ended up with a 169.

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Re: Question for Those who have Taken the LSAT (Not June)

Postby D. H2Oman » Tue Jun 08, 2010 2:09 pm

My score was not surprising, about as well I thought I did walking out.

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Re: Question for Those who have Taken the LSAT (Not June)

Postby angiej » Tue Jun 08, 2010 2:10 pm

Okay - well I walked out feeling good - I hope that's a good thing. But then again, I can't remember most of the q's - so how the heck do I know if it went well!? LOL

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Re: Question for Those who have Taken the LSAT (Not June)

Postby D. H2Oman » Tue Jun 08, 2010 2:14 pm

angiej wrote:Okay - well I walked out feeling good - I hope that's a good thing. But then again, I can't remember most of the q's - so how the heck do I know if it went well!? LOL



I think it's a good thing, could definitely be worse :wink:

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Re: Question for Those who have Taken the LSAT (Not June)

Postby mattjs64 » Tue Jun 08, 2010 5:05 pm

cardinalandgold wrote:I walked out of Sept 09 feeling meh about it. Ended up with a 163. Re-took in Dec 09 and felt pretty good about the test. Ended up with a 169.


Granted your raw score didn't have to move up that much with that dec curve. :P

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Re: Question for Those who have Taken the LSAT (Not June)

Postby cardinalandgold » Tue Jun 08, 2010 5:08 pm

mattjs64 wrote:
cardinalandgold wrote:I walked out of Sept 09 feeling meh about it. Ended up with a 163. Re-took in Dec 09 and felt pretty good about the test. Ended up with a 169.


Granted your raw score didn't have to move up that much with that dec curve. :P

Hey, I'll take it how I get 'em. Got me where I wanted to go 8)

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Re: Question for Those who have Taken the LSAT (Not June)

Postby BenJ » Tue Jun 08, 2010 5:45 pm

Took in Sept 09 on virtually no sleep, walked out confident but exhausted. 167. Depression. Retook in Dec 09 with sleep, walked out confident again. 178. I vote no correlation, but your mileage may vary.

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Re: Question for Those who have Taken the LSAT (Not June)

Postby kopper » Tue Jun 08, 2010 5:57 pm

angiej wrote:Okay - well I walked out feeling good - I hope that's a good thing. But then again, I can't remember most of the q's - so how the heck do I know if it went well!? LOL


I took it for the first time June '09 and walked out feeling good but couldn't remember much about the test. When I received my actual score it was well below my PT performance and expectations. Couldn't believe I could do so poorly.

I took it a second time in Feb '10 and felt even better about my performance and my recollection of the test was much clearer than the first time I took it. Again, I did not perform as well as my PT's or expectation but improved and was much closer to how I performed on my PT's.

I would have cancelled Test 1 had I expected to do so poorly but I just had no clue.




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