June 2011 Study Group

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby LSATBuddha » Fri Jan 21, 2011 3:27 am

Rahsaan wrote:I am following lsat blogs schedule. In it he says to do lg problem types in pts 19-28, however i dont see them listed on his site by type anywhere. Does anyone have a list?




this should do it...http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/2009/07/lo ... types.html

good luck!

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby Rahsaan » Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:30 am

thanks

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby 99.9luft » Fri Jan 21, 2011 3:35 pm

Now officially ITT, after changing it from Feb.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby JG7773 » Fri Jan 21, 2011 6:00 pm

I must say this. . . I loathe grouping games! PT 31 Game 2 is enough to make you want to gouge your eyes out!

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby Manhattan LSAT Noah » Fri Jan 21, 2011 6:57 pm

We've sponsored online study groups before (for karma, not $) - provided an online room for them, and some support. If you folks are interested, reach out to us...

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby neeko » Fri Jan 21, 2011 6:59 pm

Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:We've sponsored online study groups before (for karma, not $) - provided an online room for them, and some support. If you folks are interested, reach out to us...


How would we get our group started?

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby Excel » Fri Jan 21, 2011 7:50 pm

Diagnostics: 153 last February, 163 this past December, zero studying in between. the 163...IDK if I had the "LSAT for dummies" or what, but it was quite easy. I got it off the lsac website. Most of the ones I missed were "omg obv!" type ones, when i looked back on them.

Goal: 180
Realistic goal: 170+

Start date: January 22nd, tomorrow

Background: Junior who just transferred to Umass. Pol sci with an econ minor. Going abroad for the semester. Hope to get a JD/MBA doubs degree from a top 15, though ill have to do damn well on the lsat.

GPA: 3.3

LSAT Date: June 26th, in Sidney, Australia.

Method of study: Planning it out right now.

My goal is to do a monthly thing:

Fed: Logic games, tests 1-10
March: Reading comp, tests 11-20
April: Logic reasoning, tests 21-30
May: tests 31-45
June: tests 46-60

Thats *if* I can get my hands on another 10 practice tests...or hell, ill just retake the first 10 if need be.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby Manhattan LSAT Noah » Fri Jan 21, 2011 8:07 pm

neeko wrote:
Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:We've sponsored online study groups before (for karma, not $) - provided an online room for them, and some support. If you folks are interested, reach out to us...


How would we get our group started?

We'd look for someone who wants to organize it to reach us (set up a schedule of when you'd all meet. etc.) E-mail us info(at)manhattanlsat(dot)com

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby reaisan » Fri Jan 21, 2011 8:40 pm

Hey, all!

My study plan is a bit different from everyone else's, so I wanted to see what you all thought. I bought a Kaplan online course with great explanations on all the real PTs. I see a lot of you guys are using the Bibles... So, I'm a bit worried about my investment!

Also! I'd like to encourage people to post questions on PT they found difficult. Maybe we can all pool in, help each other and ourselves.

Good luck!

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby neeko » Fri Jan 21, 2011 9:47 pm

Excel wrote:Diagnostics: 153 last February, 163 this past December, zero studying in between. the 163...IDK if I had the "LSAT for dummies" or what, but it was quite easy. I got it off the lsac website. Most of the ones I missed were "omg obv!" type ones, when i looked back on them.

Goal: 180
Realistic goal: 170+

Start date: January 22nd, tomorrow

Background: Junior who just transferred to Umass. Pol sci with an econ minor. Going abroad for the semester. Hope to get a JD/MBA doubs degree from a top 15, though ill have to do damn well on the lsat.

GPA: 3.3

LSAT Date: June 26th, in Sidney, Australia.

Method of study: Planning it out right now.

My goal is to do a monthly thing:

Fed: Logic games, tests 1-10
March: Reading comp, tests 11-20
April: Logic reasoning, tests 21-30
May: tests 31-45
June: tests 46-60

Thats *if* I can get my hands on another 10 practice tests...or hell, ill just retake the first 10 if need be.



You will be cramming a lot of tests in the first 5 days of June, you might be a little burnt out on the big day. Several people have suggested taking the day before off entirely, which would leave you only 4 days for 15 tests.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby neeko » Fri Jan 21, 2011 9:52 pm

Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:
neeko wrote:
Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:We've sponsored online study groups before (for karma, not $) - provided an online room for them, and some support. If you folks are interested, reach out to us...


How would we get our group started?

We'd look for someone who wants to organize it to reach us (set up a schedule of when you'd all meet. etc.) E-mail us info(at)manhattanlsat(dot)com


Great, thanks. I just sent an email over.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby Excel » Fri Jan 21, 2011 9:59 pm

neeko wrote:
Excel wrote:Diagnostics: 153 last February, 163 this past December, zero studying in between. the 163...IDK if I had the "LSAT for dummies" or what, but it was quite easy. I got it off the lsac website. Most of the ones I missed were "omg obv!" type ones, when i looked back on them.

Goal: 180
Realistic goal: 170+

Start date: January 22nd, tomorrow

Background: Junior who just transferred to Umass. Pol sci with an econ minor. Going abroad for the semester. Hope to get a JD/MBA doubs degree from a top 15, though ill have to do damn well on the lsat.

GPA: 3.3

LSAT Date: June 26th, in Sidney, Australia.

Method of study: Planning it out right now.

My goal is to do a monthly thing:

Fed: Logic games, tests 1-10
March: Reading comp, tests 11-20
April: Logic reasoning, tests 21-30
May: tests 31-45
June: tests 46-60

Thats *if* I can get my hands on another 10 practice tests...or hell, ill just retake the first 10 if need be.



You will be cramming a lot of tests in the first 5 days of June, you might be a little burnt out on the big day. Several people have suggested taking the day before off entirely, which would leave you only 4 days for 15 tests.


Im taking the LSAT in Sidney, Aus. Those are scheduled for June 26th, so I have more time than most other :wink:

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby neeko » Fri Jan 21, 2011 10:51 pm

Excel wrote:
neeko wrote:
Excel wrote:Diagnostics: 153 last February, 163 this past December, zero studying in between. the 163...IDK if I had the "LSAT for dummies" or what, but it was quite easy. I got it off the lsac website. Most of the ones I missed were "omg obv!" type ones, when i looked back on them.

Goal: 180
Realistic goal: 170+

Start date: January 22nd, tomorrow

Background: Junior who just transferred to Umass. Pol sci with an econ minor. Going abroad for the semester. Hope to get a JD/MBA doubs degree from a top 15, though ill have to do damn well on the lsat.

GPA: 3.3

LSAT Date: June 26th, in Sidney, Australia.

Method of study: Planning it out right now.

My goal is to do a monthly thing:

Fed: Logic games, tests 1-10
March: Reading comp, tests 11-20
April: Logic reasoning, tests 21-30
May: tests 31-45
June: tests 46-60

Thats *if* I can get my hands on another 10 practice tests...or hell, ill just retake the first 10 if need be.



You will be cramming a lot of tests in the first 5 days of June, you might be a little burnt out on the big day. Several people have suggested taking the day before off entirely, which would leave you only 4 days for 15 tests.


Im taking the LSAT in Sidney, Aus. Those are scheduled for June 26th, so I have more time than most other :wink:



Ha, your original post said that. I'm an idiot, RC fail.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby Miracle » Fri Jan 21, 2011 10:52 pm

good luck to everyone

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby Miracle » Fri Jan 21, 2011 10:55 pm

geverett wrote:Feeling somewhat discouraged today. I need to get 170 or above by June to make up for my 3.1 GPA from undergrad 5 years ago. I really want to make it into Georgetown for Fall 2012 so I'll actually need more like a 175 to really make up for my grades. Here's to hoping, and to lots of hard work ahead. I hope to have done all 61 released exams at that point. Has anybody used the Master the LSAT book: http://www.amazon.com/Master-LSAT-Prep- ... 471&sr=8-1

Also, has anyone used the ACE the LSAT logic games book: http://www.amazon.com/Ace-LSAT-Logic-Ga ... pd_sim_b_7

Would love to hear about these books if anyone has used them seeing as how I am about to be done going over my Virtual Powerscore course for the 2nd time and will need additional materials soon.

I'm practice testing a 162. I'm really hoping I can push that thing up over the 170 by June.


Most people on TLS use nothing but LG Bible, LR Bible!

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby dextermorgan » Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:27 pm

neeko wrote:
Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:
neeko wrote:
Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:We've sponsored online study groups before (for karma, not $) - provided an online room for them, and some support. If you folks are interested, reach out to us...


How would we get our group started?

We'd look for someone who wants to organize it to reach us (set up a schedule of when you'd all meet. etc.) E-mail us info(at)manhattanlsat(dot)com


Great, thanks. I just sent an email over.

I would be interested in this.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby reaisan » Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:32 pm

Miracle wrote:Most people on TLS use nothing but LG Bible, LR Bible!

True that. I have a prep-course but may still dish out on the Bibles.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby Lemon Lyman » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:20 am

I would be interested in this.



I'm interested as well.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby neeko » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:54 am

Lemon Lyman wrote:
I would be interested in this.



I'm interested as well.


I have been talking to Noah in emails and if someone would be available to talk with him over the phone to set it up on Monday at 1230 eastern or 5 please let me know. I have work and then class. This program sounds really great, I think it will be very beneficial for us. If no one can talk with him I will hopefully be able to set up a time and will let everyone know.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby reaisan » Sat Jan 22, 2011 12:38 pm

neeko wrote:
Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:
neeko wrote:
Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:We've sponsored online study groups before (for karma, not $) - provided an online room for them, and some support. If you folks are interested, reach out to us...


How would we get our group started?

We'd look for someone who wants to organize it to reach us (set up a schedule of when you'd all meet. etc.) E-mail us info(at)manhattanlsat(dot)com


Great, thanks. I just sent an email over.

I would be interested in this!

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby neeko » Sat Jan 22, 2011 2:55 pm

Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:We've sponsored online study groups before (for karma, not $) - provided an online room for them, and some support. If you folks are interested, reach out to us...



I am setting this up with Noah Monday afternoon. He said they will set up a room for us to meet and work together and one of their teachers will show up at least a couple of times to work with us on whatever we would like. Also, anyone who doesn't have the manhattan LSAT books yet will get a discount. If everyone that's interested could agree on the day and times of the meetings, I'm assuming Saturday and/or Sunday would be best as I know a lot of us are working and going to school.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby dextermorgan » Sat Jan 22, 2011 3:13 pm

neeko wrote:
Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:We've sponsored online study groups before (for karma, not $) - provided an online room for them, and some support. If you folks are interested, reach out to us...



I am setting this up with Noah Monday afternoon. He said they will set up a room for us to meet and work together and one of their teachers will show up at least a couple of times to work with us on whatever we would like. Also, anyone who doesn't have the manhattan LSAT books yet will get a discount. If everyone that's interested could agree on the day and times of the meetings, I'm assuming Saturday and/or Sunday would be best as I know a lot of us are working and going to school.

Definitely weekend for me.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby LSATBuddha » Sat Jan 22, 2011 3:16 pm

Yea, the weekend is the best for me.

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby coastal112 » Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:37 pm

I would definitely be interested in an online study group.

I'm currently a junior, a government major/legal studies minor, and attend a not-so-special state school.
Diagnostic was a 153 in October
I know I need a 170+ to get into the schools I want, so that is my goal.

My GPA is currently a 3.52

I have all three PS Bibles, and I've recently started working through the LR Bible. All of the people around me in real life are so lazy so I come here to help boost my motivation! I feel like I'm running out of time..

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Re: June 2011 Study Group

Postby 99.9luft » Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:40 pm

dextermorgan wrote:
neeko wrote:
Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:We've sponsored online study groups before (for karma, not $) - provided an online room for them, and some support. If you folks are interested, reach out to us...



I am setting this up with Noah Monday afternoon. He said they will set up a room for us to meet and work together and one of their teachers will show up at least a couple of times to work with us on whatever we would like. Also, anyone who doesn't have the manhattan LSAT books yet will get a discount. If everyone that's interested could agree on the day and times of the meetings, I'm assuming Saturday and/or Sunday would be best as I know a lot of us are working and going to school.

Definitely weekend for me.


weekends work. preferably sundays. Neeko, thanks for handling that. Everyone, if you guys decide, please PM me (i'm not on TLS every day).




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