Certifying statement must be in cursive?

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SarahKerrigan
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Certifying statement must be in cursive?

Postby SarahKerrigan » Thu Sep 01, 2011 6:05 pm

I noticed a few days ago that it says "please write (do not print) the following statement." Is this still on current tests? i ask this because i never learned how to write in cursive, also does the written portion of the lsat have to been in cursive? thanks.

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Re: Certifying statement must be in cursive?

Postby Cupidity » Thu Sep 01, 2011 6:06 pm

SarahKerrigan wrote:i never learned how to write in cursive


Are you kidding me?

1. Yes, technically, but it doesn't really matter.
2. No, and no one will read it anyway.

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Re: Certifying statement must be in cursive?

Postby Eichörnchen » Thu Sep 01, 2011 6:24 pm

SarahKerrigan wrote:I noticed a few days ago that it says "please write (do not print) the following statement." Is this still on current tests? i ask this because i never learned how to write in cursive, also does the written portion of the lsat have to been in cursive? thanks.

:shock:

Yea it's supposed to be in cursive. Just mash your letters together :) Seriously, they don't care.

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Re: Certifying statement must be in cursive?

Postby rinkrat19 » Thu Sep 01, 2011 6:26 pm

I somehow remember that the current test does NOT say cursive is required.

Either way, no one cares. This has been debated a lot, and no one's ever gotten in trouble because their statment was printed. I, for one, can't write anything longer than my name in cursive.

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Re: Certifying statement must be in cursive?

Postby Eichörnchen » Thu Sep 01, 2011 6:29 pm

Does this mean I'm a freak for always writing in cursive?

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Re: Certifying statement must be in cursive?

Postby JenDarby » Thu Sep 01, 2011 6:30 pm

My proctor specified to just write in your NORMAL hand writing. She said that by do not print they mean do not write in all caps, for instance, or a writing that is unintelligible from your standard hand writing.

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Re: Certifying statement must be in cursive?

Postby SarahKerrigan » Thu Sep 01, 2011 7:07 pm

JenDarby wrote:My proctor specified to just write in your NORMAL hand writing. She said that by do not print they mean do not write in all caps, for instance, or a writing that is unintelligible from your standard hand writing.

Thanks for the info, i guess i'm not gonna bother learning cursive for the exam haha.

@Eichornchen i don't think your a freak, i actually heard its a lot faster to write in cursive.

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Re: Certifying statement must be in cursive?

Postby Eichörnchen » Thu Sep 01, 2011 7:09 pm

It is a lot faster for sure :mrgreen:




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