Holding the Proctor Hostage

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Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby DaRascal » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:01 pm

Has there ever been a hostage situation on the LSAT where a test taker just lost it and held the proctor hostage demanding more time? For example, a test taker is running out of time on a logic games section where he got stumped on an early game and because of that he gets to the last game with 2 minutes left. He loses his composure, goes to the front of the room and takes the proctor hostage, is able to get an additional ten minutes to finish the game by doing this, and then he keeps the proctor hostage and takes him with him to deliver the LSATs to law services and then he keeps him hostage until the results come back.

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby 20130312 » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:05 pm

What the hell are you rambling about?

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby Ruxin1 » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:05 pm

DaRascal wrote:Has there ever been a hostage situation on the LSAT where a test taker just lost it and held the proctor hostage demanding more time? For example, a test taker is running out of time on a logic games section where he got stumped on an early game and because of that he gets to the last game with 2 minutes left. He loses his composure, goes to the front of the room and takes the proctor hostage, is able to get an additional ten minutes to finish the game by doing this, and then he keeps the proctor hostage and takes him with him to deliver the LSATs to law services and then he keeps him hostage until the results come back.


When/Where are you taking the LSAT? I'll be sure to be on the lookout for news lulz

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby BuckeyeGirl » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:06 pm

Yes, that's exactly what I plan on doing. I'm sick of doing hits for the USSR and NOTHING will stand in my path of escaping through law school.

Also, this is my personal statement topic :roll:

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby Nova » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:06 pm

I have not heard of anything like that ever happening.

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby DaRascal » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:12 pm

Nova wrote:I have not heard of anything like that ever happening.



I think it would make for a good thriller movie.

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby rad lulz » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:13 pm

DaRascal wrote:
Nova wrote:I have not heard of anything like that ever happening.



I think it would make for a good thriller movie.

No.

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby TheThriller » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:13 pm

Six students; Anne, Ben, Charles, David, George and Hannah are sitting for the 2012 June Lsat. In order to ensure they have enough time to finish all the questions in each section, 5 of them will have to hold the proctor hostage for an additional 5 minutes at the end of each section. Each student can only hold the proctor hostage for one section and no 2 students can hold the proctor hostage at the same time. They must hold the proctor hostage according to the following rules:

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby Micdiddy » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:38 pm

MillerTheThriller wrote:Six students; Anne, Ben, Charles, David, George and Hannah are sitting for the 2012 June Lsat. In order to ensure they have enough time to finish all the questions in each section, 5 of them will have to hold the proctor hostage for an additional 5 minutes at the end of each section. Each student can only hold the proctor hostage for one section and no 2 students can hold the proctor hostage at the same time. They must hold the proctor hostage according to the following rules:



If Anne holds the proctor hostage, she must do so before David but after Ben.

If Hannah holds the proctor hostage for section 3, Ben must hold him hostage for section 5

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby shifty_eyed » Sat Jun 02, 2012 4:18 pm

MillerTheThriller wrote:Six students; Anne, Ben, Charles, David, George and Hannah are sitting for the 2012 June Lsat. In order to ensure they have enough time to finish all the questions in each section, 5 of them will have to hold the proctor hostage for an additional 5 minutes at the end of each section. Each student can only hold the proctor hostage for one section and no 2 students can hold the proctor hostage at the same time. They must hold the proctor hostage according to the following rules:


This is a completely unrealistic LG question. The test-makers would NEVER use the names "Anne, Ben, Charles, David, George, and Hannah" together. How un-PC.

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby LSAT>LDAC » Sat Jun 02, 2012 4:26 pm

DaRascal wrote:Has there ever been a hostage situation on the LSAT where a test taker just lost it and held the proctor hostage demanding more time? For example, a test taker is running out of time on a logic games section where he got stumped on an early game and because of that he gets to the last game with 2 minutes left. He loses his composure, goes to the front of the room and takes the proctor hostage, is able to get an additional ten minutes to finish the game by doing this, and then he keeps the proctor hostage and takes him with him to deliver the LSATs to law services and then he keeps him hostage until the results come back.


I've heard of this happening. He scored a 152 and was finally admitted to UDC law.

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby DaRascal » Sat Jun 02, 2012 4:49 pm

LSAT>LDAC wrote:
DaRascal wrote:Has there ever been a hostage situation on the LSAT where a test taker just lost it and held the proctor hostage demanding more time? For example, a test taker is running out of time on a logic games section where he got stumped on an early game and because of that he gets to the last game with 2 minutes left. He loses his composure, goes to the front of the room and takes the proctor hostage, is able to get an additional ten minutes to finish the game by doing this, and then he keeps the proctor hostage and takes him with him to deliver the LSATs to law services and then he keeps him hostage until the results come back.


I've heard of this happening. He scored a 152 and was finally admitted to UDC law.



Seriously? Even better!

*Envisions Movie Trailer*

(Text: Coming this Summer. Based on a True Story)
Proctor: (Gives instructions for the LSAT and then says "Begin")
Narrator: He was a man whose life was set. Excellent grades, a hot girlfriend, and a supportive family. But then June 11th came...
(Clips of the Protagonist beginning the Logic Games section and beginning to struggle; visible signs of frustration and anguish)
Narrator: ...And everything changed...
(Clip of the Protagonist taking the Proctor hostage and telling everyone in the classroom not to move)
Narrator: ...This summer... (Fast paced action clips of the Protagonist jumping from rooftop to rooftop with the proctor mixed in with scenes of FBI/Cops/Law Services Hitmen chasing after him, cars crashing, and people fighting)
Narrator: ...Shia LaBeouf is... A Marked Man.

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby fatduck » Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:09 pm

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby flem » Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:10 pm

Every time you poast you amaze me with how retarded and/or worthless your thoughts are. Congratulations!

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby sunynp » Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:15 pm

DaRascal wrote:Has there ever been a hostage situation on the LSAT where a test taker just lost it and held the proctor hostage demanding more time? For example, a test taker is running out of time on a logic games section where he got stumped on an early game and because of that he gets to the last game with 2 minutes left. He loses his composure, goes to the front of the room and takes the proctor hostage, is able to get an additional ten minutes to finish the game by doing this, and then he keeps the proctor hostage and takes him with him to deliver the LSATs to law services and then he keeps him hostage until the results come back.


I think you need to take the rest of the weekend off, go outside, and get away from the test for at least until Monday.

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Re: Holding the Proctor Hostage

Postby top30man » Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:26 pm

sunynp wrote:
DaRascal wrote:Has there ever been a hostage situation on the LSAT where a test taker just lost it and held the proctor hostage demanding more time? For example, a test taker is running out of time on a logic games section where he got stumped on an early game and because of that he gets to the last game with 2 minutes left. He loses his composure, goes to the front of the room and takes the proctor hostage, is able to get an additional ten minutes to finish the game by doing this, and then he keeps the proctor hostage and takes him with him to deliver the LSATs to law services and then he keeps him hostage until the results come back.


I think you need to take the rest of the weekend off, go outside, and get away from the test for at least until Monday.

Much needed advice.




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