soj wrote:Looks like a lot of people are taking 56 today.
I'm on break from 56 + 23.3 (LR2). LRe and LR1 were so bad I lost my resolve and checked my answers. Actually, the results weren't too bad.
I need to resist the urge to score between sections. In theory, I should not be scoring for at least 24 hours after writing the exam since that's the time limit for canceling the real thing. I should be keeping a "pain diary" to gauge the level of remorse, fury, and despair 24 hours after each test and compare it to the score so that I can determine what level on test day would merit a cancellation.
This is something I've never been able to get a good handle on. With the exception of LG's I can never tell how I did. Sometimes I feel like I rocked the whole test and end up with a 170. Other times I struggle the whole way and wind up with a 177. I've basically decided I'm not going to cancel unless I run out of time on a section (which hasn't happened in a couple of months) or botch a logic game.