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Go into the test knowing that you can score between 166-171 and happy that you got that bad score out of the way before the real thing.
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It means absolutely nothing. No test has any effect on the one after it unless YOU allow it to. Put it out of your mind and accept it as a fluke. I also had my worst test on my last day of practice and hit right around my PT range on test day. Don't worry, take a deep breathe, relax, and put it behind you.
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Don't let it ruin the hard work you've put into this. Flukes happen. Just make sure you're rested and confident on test day.
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on test day you will have "test focus" instead of the "test anxiety" you experienced today. don't worry you will do great on the actual day!
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nothing happened here..it was just an aberration. Same thing happened to me before the October LSAT...I ended scoring in my normal range. Relax and you will be fine.
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JazzOne wrote:Don't let it ruin the hard work you've put into this. Flukes happen. Just make sure you're rested and confident on test day.
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Hank Chill wrote:JazzOne wrote:Don't let it ruin the hard work you've put into this. Flukes happen. Just make sure you're rested and confident on test day.
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I had my one of my worst PTs as my last one before the real thing. I chalked it up to a lack of focus and got a 173 (right at my PT average). Don't let it get you down.
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View it is getting the bad one out of your system.
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is it bad that i viewed all the responses in this thread as a stimulus to be followed with "identify the flaw in reasoning..."
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