Post-LSAT Stress Disorder

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hankypanky
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Post-LSAT Stress Disorder

Postby hankypanky » Sun Oct 02, 2011 11:50 am

Does anybody else feel like they don't remember who they were before studying for the LSAT? :lol:

I was hoping some TLSers who have already been through this could shed some light on their expectations coming out of the test vs. the actual result.

I feel like I did better than usual on the RC section and about my PTing average for LR, if not better. On LG I rushed through Game 3 with local diagrams and I don't think I made the key inferences I was suppose to make. Expecting to get -4 on LG alone.

Did anyone come out feeling like they did good on LR but ended up getting like -10 wrong when they usually average -4 for both LRs. That's what I'm scared of.

Some anecdotal evidence would be comforting.

Also, advice on rehabilitation post-LSAT would be appreciated. :)

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Re: Post-LSAT Stress Disorder

Postby HellOnHeels » Sun Oct 02, 2011 12:01 pm

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Re: Post-LSAT Stress Disorder

Postby hankypanky » Sun Oct 02, 2011 12:05 pm

stephinmd wrote:I've started doing things that I've not had time to do, like knitting, reading, filing important papers, cleaning, scrapbooking. It does feel weird to see my Prepbooks stacked up and not saying to myself "well lets work a LR section!". Of course, I'm probably retaking in December, so those prepbooks will suck me back into their hellish world soon enough :cry:


Aw =(.

So...about those prep books. Would everyone be OK with me burning them?

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Re: Post-LSAT Stress Disorder

Postby puff0ffluff » Sun Oct 02, 2011 3:35 pm

I was pre-med. LSAT was an improvement. =)




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