-15 curve almost guaranteed

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby Attorney » Mon Dec 27, 2010 3:26 am

T6Hopeful wrote:I went -3RC, -5LR, -0LG, and -1LR.

MAN. I'd really love to combine my LR prowess with your amazing LG skills. Let us make a hybrid of our brains. Nah, probably not worth the risks of the unproven science necessary to take us there. But it's a nice thought!

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby T6Hopeful » Mon Dec 27, 2010 3:32 am

Attorney wrote:
T6Hopeful wrote:I went -3RC, -5LR, -0LG, and -1LR.

MAN. I'd really love to combine my LR prowess with your amazing LG skills. Let us make a hybrid of our brains. Nah, probably not worth the risks of the unproven science necessary to take us there. But it's a nice thought!

Haha, I was actually practicing at -0/-2 LG for pretty much the last 23 of the 25 or so PT's I took, so I guess I was a little lucky that it came so naturally. On the other hand, that's supposed to be the easiest section to improve, and I can definitely attest that I had a really hard time improving on the other sections. My RC got really bad towards the end, until it suddenly just "clicked." I really don't know what it was, because the only "dense" material I can think of was reading 6 long novels over the course of a semester in foreign (European) language.

Anyway, I'm sure you did fine as well, keep me posted when you get your score!

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby kkklick » Mon Dec 27, 2010 10:47 am

Hey Attorney, you ended up getting -1 on LR and RC combined in October and cancelled? You must have REALLY bombed LG. Hope it went better for you this time, maybe some guesses will go your way.

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby 2011L1 » Mon Dec 27, 2010 11:07 am

Dec wasn't that damn hard! whats up with all the tears??? -12 or -13 if they giving out an xmas kwanza gift! June was a harder test. the games were easy if you could handle no space for the 1st one and Rc was the only section that threw me for a curve but it always does :(

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby kkklick » Mon Dec 27, 2010 11:10 am

2011L1 wrote:Dec wasn't that damn hard! whats up with all the tears??? -12 or -13 if they giving out an xmas kwanza gift! June was a harder test. the games were easy if you could handle no space for the 1st one and Rc was the only section that threw me for a curve but it always does :(

I'm not so sure about that. In June the games were easy but most people misunderstood the hybrid or missed a key inference (similar to stained glass), but you can't compare the difficulty between mulch and conferences, the latter was much more difficult. RC was easier in December I'll give you that, but on a scale of 1-10, June's LR was maybe 6/10 while December's was 9/10 easily.

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby Attorney » Mon Dec 27, 2010 12:56 pm

2011L1 wrote:Dec wasn't that damn hard! whats up with all the tears??? -12 or -13 if they giving out an xmas kwanza gift! June was a harder test.

What did you get in June?

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby Attorney » Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:28 pm

2011L1 wrote:Dec wasn't that damn hard! whats up with all the tears??? -12 or -13 if they giving out an xmas kwanza gift! June was a harder test. the games were easy if you could handle no space for the 1st one and Rc was the only section that threw me for a curve but it always does :(

Looking at this, you have a distorted view of PS 62 since you were basically taking an untimed test. If you don't get a 180, you're bad. :!: Hehe. http://top-law-schools.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=140676

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby 2011L1 » Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:41 pm

Attorney wrote:
2011L1 wrote:Dec wasn't that damn hard! whats up with all the tears??? -12 or -13 if they giving out an xmas kwanza gift! June was a harder test. the games were easy if you could handle no space for the 1st one and Rc was the only section that threw me for a curve but it always does :(

Looking at this, you have a distorted view of PS 62 since you were basically taking an untimed test. If you don't get a 180, you're bad. :!: Hehe. http://top-law-schools.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=140676


no I took the june lsat officially and bombed the games biggg time I got a 165 after pt -1 or -2 on LG I did -8 on june. I think the LR were much harder in dec very true but the LG were easier to me. in dec LG i feel like -0 on LG

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby Attorney » Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:46 pm

2011L1 wrote:
Attorney wrote:
2011L1 wrote:Dec wasn't that damn hard! whats up with all the tears??? -12 or -13 if they giving out an xmas kwanza gift! June was a harder test. the games were easy if you could handle no space for the 1st one and Rc was the only section that threw me for a curve but it always does :(

Looking at this, you have a distorted view of PS 62 since you were basically taking an untimed test. If you don't get a 180, you're bad. :!: Hehe. http://top-law-schools.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=140676

in dec LG i feel like -0 on LG

With extra time. I'm on to ya, brah!

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby 2011L1 » Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:48 pm

Attorney wrote:
2011L1 wrote:
Attorney wrote:
2011L1 wrote:Dec wasn't that damn hard! whats up with all the tears??? -12 or -13 if they giving out an xmas kwanza gift! June was a harder test. the games were easy if you could handle no space for the 1st one and Rc was the only section that threw me for a curve but it always does :(

Looking at this, you have a distorted view of PS 62 since you were basically taking an untimed test. If you don't get a 180, you're bad. :!: Hehe. http://top-law-schools.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=140676

in dec LG i feel like -0 on LG

With extra time. I'm on to ya, brah!


Dammit man you dont miss nothing!!!!

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby jblev1 » Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:58 pm

2011L1 wrote:Dec wasn't that damn hard! whats up with all the tears??? -12 or -13 if they giving out an xmas kwanza gift! June was a harder test. the games were easy if you could handle no space for the 1st one and Rc was the only section that threw me for a curve but it always does :(



Wow what a joker, did you even take the test?

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby 2011L1 » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:04 pm

jblev1 wrote:
2011L1 wrote:Dec wasn't that damn hard! whats up with all the tears??? -12 or -13 if they giving out an xmas kwanza gift! June was a harder test. the games were easy if you could handle no space for the 1st one and Rc was the only section that threw me for a curve but it always does :(



Wow what a joker, did you even take the test?


of course I took the test jerk, dont jump in the game in the 4th quarter without knowing the rules or the play book! :evil:

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby jblev1 » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:05 pm

2011L1 wrote:
jblev1 wrote:
2011L1 wrote:Dec wasn't that damn hard! whats up with all the tears??? -12 or -13 if they giving out an xmas kwanza gift! June was a harder test. the games were easy if you could handle no space for the 1st one and Rc was the only section that threw me for a curve but it always does :(



Wow what a joker, did you even take the test?


of course I took the test jerk, dont jump in the game in the 4th quarter without knowing the rules or the play book! :evil:


Grats on the 157

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby 2011L1 » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:13 pm

jblev1 wrote:
2011L1 wrote:
jblev1 wrote:
2011L1 wrote:Dec wasn't that damn hard! whats up with all the tears??? -12 or -13 if they giving out an xmas kwanza gift! June was a harder test. the games were easy if you could handle no space for the 1st one and Rc was the only section that threw me for a curve but it always does :(



Wow what a joker, did you even take the test?


of course I took the test jerk, dont jump in the game in the 4th quarter without knowing the rules or the play book! :evil:


Grats on the 157


and great luck on being top 5% at touro!

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby kkklick » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:15 pm

Why do TLS fights always resort to insults regarding LSAT scores and what bad school the other should be attending?

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby D. H2Oman » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:16 pm

kkklick wrote:Why do TLS fights always resort to insults regarding LSAT scores and what bad school the other should be attending?



enjoy GeorgeTTTown

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby 2011L1 » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:18 pm

kkklick wrote:Why do TLS fights always resort to insults regarding LSAT scores and what bad school the other should be attending?


He started it :(

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby kkklick » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:19 pm

D. H2Oman wrote:
kkklick wrote:Why do TLS fights always resort to insults regarding LSAT scores and what bad school the other should be attending?



enjoy GeorgeTTTown

Neverrrrr

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby KevinP » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:30 pm

Lol at all the T14 or bust mentalities. I'd rather attend a T35 state school and graduate with no debt than 200k in debt from the lower-tier of T14 (excluding Cornell ofc cuz Cornell pwns)

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby kkklick » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:31 pm

KevinP wrote:Lol at all the T14 or bust mentalities. I'd rather attend a T35 state school and graduate with no debt than 200k in debt from the lower-tier of T14 (excluding Cornell ofc cuz Cornell pwns)

I think you should put your 2 cents in on the Cornell vs Duke thread in what are my chances, Duke is pwning Cornell.

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby KevinP » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:36 pm

kkklick wrote:
KevinP wrote:Lol at all the T14 or bust mentalities. I'd rather attend a T35 state school and graduate with no debt than 200k in debt from the lower-tier of T14 (excluding Cornell ofc cuz Cornell pwns)

I think you should put your 2 cents in on the Cornell vs Duke thread in what are my chances, Duke is pwning Cornell.


Done. I can't believe Duke is winning against Cornell.

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby Sandro » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:41 pm

I didn't see a lot of people saying a huge curve for oct, infact most of us nailed it at -12.

This test seemed oddly familiar to some of the mid 20s - insane lg, yielding a huge curve. This is TLS, of course people will say this test was as easy as October but thats impossible.

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby KevinP » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:44 pm

Sandro777 wrote:I didn't see a lot of people saying a huge curve for oct, infact most of us nailed it at -12.

This test seemed oddly familiar to some of the mid 20s - insane lg, yielding a huge curve. This is TLS, of course people will say this test was as easy as October but thats impossible.


This test was definitely harder than October. Let's just hope LSAC's prophets with their pre-determined equating agree.

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby kkklick » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:49 pm

KevinP wrote:
kkklick wrote:
KevinP wrote:Lol at all the T14 or bust mentalities. I'd rather attend a T35 state school and graduate with no debt than 200k in debt from the lower-tier of T14 (excluding Cornell ofc cuz Cornell pwns)

I think you should put your 2 cents in on the Cornell vs Duke thread in what are my chances, Duke is pwning Cornell.


Done. I can't believe Duke is winning against Cornell.

I know, I felt like I was the only one in there who would go to Cornell instead of Duke.

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Re: -15 curve almost guaranteed

Postby kkklick » Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:50 pm

KevinP wrote:
Sandro777 wrote:I didn't see a lot of people saying a huge curve for oct, infact most of us nailed it at -12.

This test seemed oddly familiar to some of the mid 20s - insane lg, yielding a huge curve. This is TLS, of course people will say this test was as easy as October but thats impossible.


This test was definitely harder than October. Let's just hope LSAC's prophets with their pre-determined equating agree.

I think this is an agreed upon fact. The December test was harder. By how much is the real question. A -12/-13 curve should be the absolute least we see, assuming that they don't drop a question, which I don't think they will.




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