Bildungsroman wrote:iwanta170 wrote:I think I got a good score but I also am pretty sure that due to the proctor's mistake my score will be 3-4 points lower than what it would've been. I think my score WOULD'VE* been close to the scores that my practice tests were at before the test, but now it'll be 3-4 points loweriwanta170 wrote:The adderall didn't help either...Probably cost me a couple points...Definitely not taking adderall for the next LSAT. Listening to my friend about adderall was a mistake!
You've been so wronged.iwanta170 wrote:Since I'm canceling my first score, technically the score I'll be applying to law schools with will be one that I earned without adderall, on my own
So under your definition, cheating is only unethical if it works?
I have ADD and it was legally prescribed. Whatever though. This isn't intended to be a discussion about adderall and ethics