Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

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paratactical
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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby paratactical » Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:15 pm

naterj wrote:
incompetentia wrote:I'm a non-traditional student.

You're a 14 year old boy?

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Also, thanks JazzOne and AT - yes, I am disappoint err, female.

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby incompetentia » Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:16 pm

naterj wrote:
incompetentia wrote:I'm a non-traditional student.

You're a 14 year old boy?

14 and a half. Big difference.

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby 3|ink » Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:26 pm

paratactical wrote:
naterj wrote:
incompetentia wrote:I'm a non-traditional student.

You're a 14 year old boy?

Image

Also, thanks JazzOne and AT - yes, I am disappoint err, female.


Fooled me.

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby paratactical » Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:32 pm

3|ink wrote:
paratactical wrote:
naterj wrote:
incompetentia wrote:I'm a non-traditional student.

You're a 14 year old boy?

Image

Also, thanks JazzOne and AT - yes, I am disappoint err, female.


Fooled me.


Oh yeah, well...

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby JazzOne » Mon Oct 25, 2010 5:07 pm

paratactical wrote:
naterj wrote:
incompetentia wrote:I'm a non-traditional student.

You're a 14 year old boy?

Image

Also, thanks JazzOne and AT - yes, I am disappoint err, female.

Damn, the picture won't load. Maybe it's because I'm at school. Anyone else having trouble seeing Para's great rack?

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby beleaguer » Mon Oct 25, 2010 5:41 pm

yeah it's...amazing. you don't know what you're missing.

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby Hedwig » Mon Oct 25, 2010 5:53 pm

This whole thread is like a collective irrational thought.

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby joemoviebuff » Mon Oct 25, 2010 8:03 pm

JazzOne wrote:
paratactical wrote:
JazzOne wrote:
naterj wrote:eit, in my head you are so hot. Can you confirm this with some irl pics right here, right now.??

Para too, please


I'm not hot, I just have a great rack.

I'm in law school.
great rack = hot


Not always. Confident fat women usually refer to themselves as having a great rack, when in fact they just have big, fat, saggy boobs. I'm willing to give para the benefit of the doubt, though.

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby Rikkugrrl » Mon Oct 25, 2010 8:24 pm

lol this thread.

When I walked out of the test I had a 166. A few hours later, it'd dropped to a 164. Now it's hovering somewhere around a 158. By Friday I predict it'll sharply dip into the negative numbers.

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby dreamscometrue » Mon Oct 25, 2010 8:27 pm

Rikkugrrl wrote:lol this thread.

When I walked out of the test I had a 166. A few hours later, it'd dropped to a 164. Now it's hovering somewhere around a 158. By Friday I predict it'll sharply dip into the negative numbers.


That's sort of the way I feel, except I walked out thinking a 162, then a 160 a few hours later, then....you get the idea. I think I'll be half-expecting a 120 by the time Friday rolls around.

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby Rikkugrrl » Mon Oct 25, 2010 8:29 pm

dreamscometrue wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:lol this thread.

When I walked out of the test I had a 166. A few hours later, it'd dropped to a 164. Now it's hovering somewhere around a 158. By Friday I predict it'll sharply dip into the negative numbers.


That's sort of the way I feel, except I walked out thinking a 162, then a 160 a few hours later, then....you get the idea. I think I'll be half-expecting a 120 by the time Friday rolls around.


Low expectations means we'll never be disappointed! :D

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby cornell » Mon Oct 25, 2010 9:52 pm

Rikkugrrl wrote:
dreamscometrue wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:lol this thread.

When I walked out of the test I had a 166. A few hours later, it'd dropped to a 164. Now it's hovering somewhere around a 158. By Friday I predict it'll sharply dip into the negative numbers.


That's sort of the way I feel, except I walked out thinking a 162, then a 160 a few hours later, then....you get the idea. I think I'll be half-expecting a 120 by the time Friday rolls around.


Low expectations means we'll never be disappointed! :D


I'm expecting a 181 since I'm a TLS overachiever, so I'll be disappointed no matter what.

anyways this was my reaction after I walked out of the test:

5 mins after test :D
5 hours after test :)
the moment I realized I fucked up a few questions :shock:
ever since..... :cry: :evil:

God knows what will happen on Friday.....

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby sophia.olive » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:01 pm

cornell wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:
dreamscometrue wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:lol this thread.

When I walked out of the test I had a 166. A few hours later, it'd dropped to a 164. Now it's hovering somewhere around a 158. By Friday I predict it'll sharply dip into the negative numbers.


That's sort of the way I feel, except I walked out thinking a 162, then a 160 a few hours later, then....you get the idea. I think I'll be half-expecting a 120 by the time Friday rolls around.


Low expectations means we'll never be disappointed! :D


I'm expecting a 181 since I'm a TLS overachiever, so I'll be disappointed no matter what.

anyways this was my reaction after I walked out of the test:

5 mins after test :D
5 hours after test :)
the moment I realized I fucked up a few questions :shock:
ever since..... :cry: :evil:

God knows what will happen on Friday.....



ITE:FTFY

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby JurisDoctorate » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:37 pm

Wanna hear an irrational thought?

I want to start my regular decision app, as I am re-taking in December, but I feel it might jinx my LSAT score. Like, I already have the score I need but by starting the app - I'll somehow curse the score. However, I had no problem registering for the December LSAT :roll:

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Re: Anyone else having irrational thoughts about the Oct. LSAT?

Postby Peg » Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:41 am

JurisDoctorate wrote:I want to start my regular decision app, as I am re-taking in December, but I feel it might jinx my LSAT score. Like, I already have the score I need but by starting the app - I'll somehow curse the score.


Exactly what I did today. I almost started my ED app twice and then stopped because I decided I wouldn't do anything until I actually got the score, for fear of jinxing it.




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