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Re: I got a hold on my LSAC because of a defective test booklet

Postby niederbomb » Sun Oct 24, 2010 2:31 am

Look on the bright side. If it's defective, it probably means they will give you an automatic 180. Just like the restaurants that give you a free meal when they screw up your order.

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Re: I got a hold on my LSAC because of a defective test booklet

Postby clone22 » Sun Oct 24, 2010 3:07 am

niederbomb wrote:Look on the bright side. If it's defective, it probably means they will give you an automatic 180. Just like the restaurants that give you a free meal when they screw up your order.


Yes, because that's how the lsat works.

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Re: I got a hold on my LSAC because of a defective test booklet

Postby Hedwig » Sun Oct 24, 2010 3:14 am

niederbomb wrote:Look on the bright side. If it's defective, it probably means they will give you an automatic 180. Just like the restaurants that give you a free meal when they screw up your order.


Bad analogy. Restaurant screws up order --> meal is free. LSAT screws up test booklet --> perfect score granted.

If you had said the restaurant gives you a lovely pretty new meal when they screw up your order, free of charge, that might have worked. But there's no correlation between not having to pay for something that's bad and receiving something good. I could also see a restaurant --> free meal and an LSAT --> free test waiver or something analogy, though.

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Re: I got a hold on my LSAC because of a defective test booklet

Postby SilverE2 » Sun Oct 24, 2010 3:24 am

clone22 wrote:
niederbomb wrote:Look on the bright side. If it's defective, it probably means they will give you an automatic 180. Just like the restaurants that give you a free meal when they screw up your order.


Yes, because that's how the lsat works.


Yes, because he was being serious.

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Re: I got a hold on my LSAC because of a defective test booklet

Postby LLB2JD » Sun Oct 24, 2010 4:28 am

SilverE2 wrote:
clone22 wrote:
niederbomb wrote:Look on the bright side. If it's defective, it probably means they will give you an automatic 180. Just like the restaurants that give you a free meal when they screw up your order.


Yes, because that's how the lsat works.


Yes, because he was being serious.


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Re: I got a hold on my LSAC because of a defective test booklet

Postby glewz » Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:41 am

SilverE2 wrote:
clone22 wrote:
niederbomb wrote:Look on the bright side. If it's defective, it probably means they will give you an automatic 180. Just like the restaurants that give you a free meal when they screw up your order.


Yes, because that's how the lsat works.


Yes, because he was being serious.


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Re: I got a hold on my LSAC because of a defective test booklet

Postby clone22 » Sun Oct 24, 2010 2:35 pm

SilverE2 wrote:
clone22 wrote:
niederbomb wrote:Look on the bright side. If it's defective, it probably means they will give you an automatic 180. Just like the restaurants that give you a free meal when they screw up your order.


Yes, because that's how the lsat works.


Yes, because he was being serious.


The internet is serious business, sir/madam. I would not treat it otherwise.

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Re: I got a hold on my LSAC because of a defective test booklet

Postby incompetentia » Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:38 pm

SchopenhauerFTW wrote:
jd20132013 wrote:Has this happened to anyone else? Will I still get my scores with everyone else? I really don't want to wait an extra day. When I spoke to them they indicated that it wouldn't result in a delay, and the website still says i'll receive them on the 1st. I hope that still really means the 29th...


Did it spontaneously combust or something?

Wouldn't be surprising. It's made out of Gulf oil and puppy tears after all

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Re: I got a hold on my LSAC because of a defective test booklet

Postby fatduck » Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:41 pm

Did you notice anything strange during the test? For instance, did your test booklet have all the correct answers marked?

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Re: I got a hold on my LSAC because of a defective test booklet

Postby CGI Fridays » Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:43 pm

eit wrote:
niederbomb wrote:Look on the bright side. If it's defective, it probably means they will give you an automatic 180. Just like the restaurants that give you a free meal when they screw up your order.


Bad analogy. Restaurant screws up order --> meal is free. LSAT screws up test booklet --> perfect score granted.

If you had said the restaurant gives you a lovely pretty new meal when they screw up your order, free of charge, that might have worked. But there's no correlation between not having to pay for something that's bad and receiving something good. I could also see a restaurant --> free meal and an LSAT --> free test waiver or something analogy, though.


Solid.

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Re: I got a hold on my LSAC because of a defective test booklet

Postby dtubin » Mon Oct 25, 2010 1:04 am

fatduck wrote:Did you notice anything strange during the test? For instance, did your test booklet have all the correct answers marked?


Imagine that...I would just stare at the ceiling the whole time and think about success.




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