Capitol A wrote:czelede wrote:These threads of stories about test day drop freaked the fuck out of me during the month I was waiting for my score. Being a huge splitter, the very decision to attend law school was contingent on how I did.
I ended up scoring 1 point above my mean (though I hit my mode) but I was panicking during the last two sections because I felt I screwed up the experimental (3rd section, and I was convinced the 1st was the experimental) and then panicking even more until the score actually came out. This doesn't bode well for (waiting for my grades from) law school exams.
The fact that you knew your mean and your mode of your PTs proves that what you are saying in that first sentence MUST be true.
Haha yes, isn't it obvious that I totally wasn't neurotic at all about LSATs?
I actually created a spreadsheet to help me figure out how to space out my PTs (I only wanted to do the 40s and 50s but I didn't want to run out like a month before the test, and also I was having a difficult time keeping track of which ones I'd actually done) and then I figured I might as well also track which sections I was missing problems on and then...well, it's excel. So setting the mean to auto-update just seemed wise to do