How many people go home during the test?

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How many people go home during the test?

Postby lovejopd » Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:00 am

Hey, just curious about the number of people who do not finish the LSAT and go home.

Are more people gone during a break or in the middle of test?

Is the test considered an automatic cancel or partially graded?
Any anecdotal or personal experience? :lol:

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Re: How many people go home during the test?

Postby paulinaporizkova » Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:02 am

lovejopd wrote:Hey, just curious about the number of people who do not finish the LSAT and go home.

Are more people gone during a break or in the middle of test?

Is the test considered an automatic cancel or partially graded?
Any anecdotal or personal experience? :lol:


1. none when i took the LSAT
2. i have no idea what this means
3. cancel. partially graded? really?
4. don't go to the LSAT if you're even slightly considering leaving halfway through

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Re: How many people go home during the test?

Postby dr123 » Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:05 am

Im pretty sure they make you stay in the room untill the test is over.

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Re: How many people go home during the test?

Postby paulinaporizkova » Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:05 am

dr123 wrote:Im pretty sure they make you stay in the room untill the test is over.

not if you book ass during the 10 minute break

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Re: How many people go home during the test?

Postby dr123 » Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:07 am

paulinaporizkova wrote:
dr123 wrote:Im pretty sure they make you stay in the room untill the test is over.

not if you book ass during the 10 minute break


when I took the lsat you werent allowed to leave the building during the break and they had people monitoring and shit

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Re: How many people go home during the test?

Postby paulinaporizkova » Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:07 am

dr123 wrote:
paulinaporizkova wrote:
dr123 wrote:Im pretty sure they make you stay in the room untill the test is over.

not if you book ass during the 10 minute break


when I took the lsat you werent allowed to leave the building during the break and they had people monitoring and shit

then you didn't run fast enough

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Re: How many people go home during the test?

Postby northwood » Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:08 am

you can always quit whenever you want. As soon as you sign in- it counts towards one of your 3 takes.
All you have to do is bubble in the back of the scantron. But if you are allready there- finish the test then cancel, unless you are about to flip out ( or get really sick)- then for everyone else's sake leave.

if you dont want to make a scene- leave at the break.

However, if you think you will cancel going into the test- dont go. Do something else and take an absence.

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Re: How many people go home during the test?

Postby lovejopd » Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:12 am

northwood wrote:you can always quit whenever you want. As soon as you sign in- it counts towards one of your 3 takes.
All you have to do is bubble in the back of the scantron. But if you are allready there- finish the test then cancel, unless you are about to flip out ( or get really sick)- then for everyone else's sake leave.

if you dont want to make a scene- leave at the break.

However, if you think you will cancel going into the test- dont go. Do something else and take an absence.


Another Question,

LSAC says if I withdraw LSAT registration the day before the test day, I forfeit the registration fee. Does it count towards one of my 3 takes?

-Withdraw LSAT Registration - No Refund June 5, 2011 (midnight ET)
http://www.lsac.org/JD/LSAT/test-dates-us-june11.asp

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Re: How many people go home during the test?

Postby lovejopd » Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:12 am

paulinaporizkova wrote:
dr123 wrote:
paulinaporizkova wrote:
dr123 wrote:Im pretty sure they make you stay in the room untill the test is over.

not if you book ass during the 10 minute break


when I took the lsat you werent allowed to leave the building during the break and they had people monitoring and shit

then you didn't run fast enough

HAHA :-)

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Re: How many people go home during the test?

Postby lovejopd » Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:13 am

paulinaporizkova wrote:
lovejopd wrote:Hey, just curious about the number of people who do not finish the LSAT and go home.

Are more people gone during a break or in the middle of test?

Is the test considered an automatic cancel or partially graded?
Any anecdotal or personal experience? :lol:


1. none when i took the LSAT
2. i have no idea what this means
3. cancel. partially graded? really?
4. don't go to the LSAT if you're even slightly considering leaving halfway through


What I meant was people tend to leave during 15 min break, if any, or during any specific section! Sorry about the confusion. Thank you anyway! :lol:



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