Errzii wrote:breadbucket wrote:Errzii wrote:Scotusnerd wrote:That's psychosomatic bullshit, Errzii.
It wasn't serious, I was jokingly mocking breadbucket. Guess it didn't translate well through the intarwebs.
you are a fool if you think your control over the test is limited to your ability to do the problems
sorry, what was the point you're trying to making again? caffeine/theanine = +5 pts on the LSAT?
No, that factors outside of merely "studying" (which is all tsler's ever talk about) can have an effect on your score. In this particular instance, i.e. not a strawman generalization as you are trying to do, it helped me. Science supports the idea that caffeinie, theanine, and to a larger extent adderall have positive effects on cognition. It may have a smaller or larger impact depending on the person or the circumstance. My point is, all these people in here are trying to persuade opp to kick the adderall when it seems they have no reason to suggest such an action save the fact that Op's scores are low. Why the adderall is to blame is beyond me, particularly considering scientific studies show that adderall is 1.) effective, and 2.) those who quit the drug see a reduction in concentration, grades, test scores etc.