As close to test day conditions as I could manage. Never seen this test before. Did my best to ignore all interpretations of it posted on TLS too!
LG: -1 (Gimmie question, I misread which is possible as which is not possible. First question I plugged in was possible, second was not possible so I thought that's that. First one plugged in was right. My self-check system was thwarted.
RC: -4 (meh, will take it. I hate RC)
Finished LG at 34:50 and RC at 34:50 approx. LG I can easily push myself to go faster without sacrificing accuracy, that I know. RC on the other hand, one bad initial read of a passage and I see a disaster occurring. Time, time, time. My only focus before test day.
Reviewing 63-65 tonight. 66 Tomorrow.
Gisney wrote:I am usually really annoyed with the emails from law schools that fill up my inbox because they are rarely from anywhere I would consider going but
After my Oct LSAT last year, I had the same mindset. I also threw them all away.
But then I got a package from Yale asking me to apply because of my LSAT score (167). Kept it. Use it as motivation to this day. How dare they ask me to do something I shall surely fail at? Argh! Might re-read the letter Saturday morning for motivation!
NoodleyOne wrote: Gisney wrote:
Pt 65 today!
I hate missing even one on LG
Pleased to be back to where I want to be scoring right before the test.
All -3 in RC were from the comparative passage. I had marked all of them as uncertain but ran out of time to look back at them
Only pt 66 left for Thursday then on to the real deal Sat. So ready for this test!
This is my 180th post and last night I had multiple dreams about getting a 180 without any bad dreams about test day.
Taking this as a sign of success
Score twin. I just took it now and went -2 and -2 on LR with my -1 on RC (also third passage I think... that weird last question with the most analogous part). Feeling good for Saturday!
-1 on first passage, -1 on comparative RC, -2 on last passage.