Concordia University Testing Center Review (Irvine, CA)

houng89
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Concordia University Testing Center Review (Irvine, CA)

Postby houng89 » Mon Feb 14, 2011 4:58 am

Hey guys,

Good luck to all the test takers that have taken the LSAT this past February. I have a question to anyone who has taken the LSAT recently about good testing centers in Irvine. Specifically, Concordia University. I have search on sites to no avail concerning any reviews of any sort on Concordia. I am assuming it is a pretty new testing center. Therefore I want to try my luck with the most recent February victims of the LSAT. I rather not take it at IVC for fear of gambling and perhaps having to take the LSAT at a lecture hall with a small desk. I am taking the LSAT in June so any recommendations with testing centers in South OC is welcomed.

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Re: Concordia University Testing Center Review (Irvine, CA)

Postby kings84_wr » Mon Feb 14, 2011 5:19 am

I took it at Whittier a few years back. It was pretty quiet and had lots of room.

Concordia is a pretty small school, they must really need more testing centers in Orange county now.

I've also heard bad things about UCI being very crowded.

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Re: Concordia University Testing Center Review (Irvine, CA)

Postby SnoDog » Mon Feb 14, 2011 5:47 am

I just took the LSAT at IVC two days ago, and it was actually quite nice. I actually attended IVC for my jc undergrad so I was already familiar with the buildings, but the good thing was that they used the newly constructed Business Science Technology and Innovation center to administer the exam. The new rooms are all very clean, and utilizes the long desks where multiple people sit. However, they split the test takers in two separate rooms so almost nobody had to sit immediately next to anyone, and many people had their own desks. Plenty of room. Great atmosphere for testing conditions. ...Unesco on the other hand...

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Re: Concordia University Testing Center Review (Irvine, CA)

Postby houng89 » Mon Feb 14, 2011 4:43 pm

I am sorry what do you mean by Unesco? and also what do u mean by the split the test takes into 2 rooms. Does that mean that they only had 2 rooms for test takers?

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Re: Concordia University Testing Center Review (Irvine, CA)

Postby BrianGriffintheDog » Mon Feb 14, 2011 4:51 pm

there's more than one concordia u?
I thought there was only one in Montreal...

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Re: Concordia University Testing Center Review (Irvine, CA)

Postby benito » Wed Feb 16, 2011 3:38 pm

I don't know about Concordia but if you are in the orange county area I can definitely vouch for Whittier Law school as a very good testing center. I took the test there in October and Feb, they split students up into different classrooms leaving one seat open between test takers so there is plenty of room, the proctors were fine none of the horror stories about some proctors I've heard on here, and other than one guy in my room on the Feb test sniffling every two seconds (kleenex is allowed moron blow your goddamn nose!) there were no noise issues. Go with Whittier.

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Re: Concordia University Testing Center Review (Irvine, CA)

Postby houng89 » Fri Feb 18, 2011 10:51 pm

i rather stay as close as i can in irvine, i took my nov lsat at saddleback which wasn't but i rather not drive so far on test day, i guess no one has taken it at ivc so far?

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Re: Concordia University Testing Center Review (Irvine, CA)

Postby houng89 » Sun Feb 20, 2011 4:09 pm

Thanks I was thinkinig about Whitter too I may have to go with them. When you mean there is a lotta room benit are you talking about the desk size or the room size? Sorry I just wanna make sure I get a good center this time. Last November I had taken it at Saddleback and the proctor was constantly talkinig to another proctor and wore heels to the LSAT. Being the genius she is everytime she walked around to make sure no one was cheating I heard this constant clicking sound like a metronome. It was amazing.




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