geverett wrote:172 on PT 33. Finally. Will post breakdown after I go over it all.
Yay! Good work Gev. Keep it up and you will be golden by test day
soj wrote:99.9luft wrote:In the court house. Really don't want to do a week of jury duty instead of lsat prep.
As the author of Passage 1 of PT26 RC said, some people get out of jury duty by claiming to have prejudices they don't have. Not that you should do it, but just sayin'.
Just took a look at the curves of PT46-56. Dayum, some pretty tough scales in there.
Is that a causal statement or just a correlation? Is it possible that if one doesn't shave your bulldog, one may still not get into YLS?soj wrote:Don't try to shave the bulldog in my avatar. He'll bite your hand off and then tell on you to Asha so you won't get into YLS.
jim-green wrote:CONGRATULATIONS! Those are tough LGs. I'm proud of you.FloridaCoastalorbust wrote:Back on the horse with LG from 37 and 38. I'm hoping the -1/-3 will put me in a positive rhythm. LG 30s are tough
soj wrote:Couldn't fall asleep till 5am last night--not because of the loud celebrations outside (those subsided at ~2am), but because of a freaking can of Coke I had with lunch for the first time in months.
I don't get it. Last semester I drank energy drinks to keep myself awake while cramming for exams, but they never seemed to work, even when I drank them for the first time in 5 months. And now, a can of Coke will keep me up three extra hours.
Took a break from LSAT prep yesterday, back at it today.