What is everyone doing for the last day?

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What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby mcs268 » Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:08 pm

The last day to prepare is approaching us. What is everyone doing? Figured we could all show each other some support haha.

I'm weakest with timing on LG and RC so I'm taking two full sections of the June 2007 test which I haven't taken in over 2 months, so hopefully it is more familiar. I recently starting writing in margins on RC (i thought i didn't need it, but now that i've re-done some of my old sets, i am finding information a lot easier). So, I'm getting used to that new strategy so it'll be second hand on test day. LG is just...I need to get used to the timing due to more hypos on these newer exams.

Depending on how i score on those sections I may take another one for practice..but I really don't want to take more than 2 sections tomorrow and burn out. I will prob go over some LRs just to keep myself in that mindset.

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby OnTheRise » Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:28 pm

I am thinking that I will do a LG and a RC section as well. Just enough to keep me fresh and on my game but not so much that it drains me right before the big day. Good luck on Saturday!

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby defdef » Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:03 am

drill, chill (watch a movie), drill, chill (read before bedtime)

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby eosphoros » Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:15 am

Brunch with a few friends, do an LG section, gym, do an RC section, movie, LR section. Maybe go back to the gym before sleeping so I expend any extra energy to get a good night of sleep!

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby bettercallsaul91 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:20 am

Going to wake up at 5am, eat the breakfast I'm eating Saturday, walk to the test center (for the third time) by 8am. There, do just a few random RCs, LGs, and LRs (not full sections) in one of the classrooms. After about an hour, I'm going to walk home and look over some sample writing sections, 'flawed methods of reasoning' and LSAT vocab words a la Testmasters lists. Then, for the rest of the day, I'm going to eat my favorite highly nutritious foods, chill, laugh and snuggle with boyfriend and puppy. Before the end of the night, I'm going to buy an energy drink for the next morning, put my ziploc bag by the door, get my clothes ready, and try to fall asleep around 8:30 or 9 to wake up at 5am Saturday. 5am Saturday, I'm going to do a couple of questions, maaaybe a full section of LR and LG each, to get my brain charged and alert.

Good luck to everyone! =) Really hoping this will be the only time I have to take the real thing ...

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby togepi » Fri Oct 05, 2012 1:05 am

I'm taking mine overseas, so it's on Sunday.

I plan on waking up early Saturday, doing one LG RC and LR section and going over them.

Afterwards I plan on going to the aquarium to relax.

Come home, finish season five of the wire and call it a night.

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Postby sokomofo » Fri Oct 05, 2012 1:27 am

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby togepi » Fri Oct 05, 2012 1:40 am

sokomofo wrote:i'm also taking it overseas, sunday morning.

i'm planning on doing an RC or two in the morning, for last minute time management practice. in the afternoon, i'm gonna work out until i'm feeling exhausted. then dinner and some sexy time with my SO lol. that should be enough for me to fall asleep early!

the last time i took the LSAT, i didn't get much sleep from anxiety, and i think that really fucked up my performance. i'm doing everything i can to avoid that this time.


Wbere are you taking yours? I'm taking mine in South Korea. I didn't get much sleep last time either, but the adrenaline compensated for it so it wasn't a problem. I was just too nervous and choked on the games section. I was sitting in the very front next to the wall and the proctor was standing one foot away from me for a good 15 minutes during the games section and I felt like he was staring at my work, or for that section, lack thereof.

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby sokomofo » Fri Oct 05, 2012 2:05 am

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby cookiejar1 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 2:10 am

I'm also taking mine overseas on Sunday. I have a bachelor's party to attend tonight (Friday). If people can attend Weddings two days after a Bachelor party I can take my LSAT... right? Right.

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby DSman » Fri Oct 05, 2012 2:27 am

Fapping multiple times. I don't wanna end up beside some hottie and get distracted.


But seriously guys, fap. I'm not kidding. We're a generation of kids rasied on internet porn and excessive fapping. Its not worth the risk.

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby PDaddy » Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:58 am

I suggest that everyone just have sex all day! That will relieve the stress. :D

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby SumStalwart » Fri Oct 05, 2012 5:35 am

Sounds like a plan!

I'm glad to see that there are others on TLS who are sitting for the LSAT abroad! I am in Hong Kong. I am debating about taking a 4 section PT on Saturday.. or just doing some last minute drilling. At the very least, I am going to do one of each section (I really don't want to get rusty). Then watch a movie, hang out, visit the test center again, do some final drilling to boost my confidence, and bed by 10. lol

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby togepi » Fri Oct 05, 2012 6:01 am

sokomofo wrote:
also south korea hahaha. and yeah i think sleep deprivation affects people differently. i for one, definitely feel that my concentration/cognitive abilities deteriorate when i don't get enough sleep. are you korean?


That's awesome. I'm Korean American, I came over here to teach and study for the LSAT. What about you? Guess I'll be seeing ya at Yonsei on Sunday :)

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby NoodleyOne » Fri Oct 05, 2012 6:09 am

I'm going bowling.

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby sokomofo » Fri Oct 05, 2012 6:14 am

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby cahwc12 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:01 am

sokomofo wrote:
togepi wrote:
sokomofo wrote:
also south korea hahaha. and yeah i think sleep deprivation affects people differently. i for one, definitely feel that my concentration/cognitive abilities deteriorate when i don't get enough sleep. are you korean?


That's awesome. I'm Korean American, I came over here to teach and study for the LSAT. What about you? Guess I'll be seeing ya at Yonsei on Sunday :)


i'm a 유학생 haha. im also teaching english here. and yeah see you at yonsei hahahah.. ugh yonsei is 40 mins away from gangnam :(


Why not just say international student? Do you actually speak korean or just use the few words you know whenever you can?

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby msquaredb » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:22 am

I have a biosynthesis quiz (biochem II) in a few minutes that I have been up studying for. Then I have a paper to finish by one.

After 1 I will probably take a drive alone and jam to some music with the windows down. There is a national forest near campus which is nice because you can avoid campus traffic.

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby Poo-T » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:27 am

I guess I'll crank out a few question here and there, but nothing that'll make my brain hurt. Take it easy I guess...










Oh and get high

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Postby sokomofo » Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:04 am

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby Honey_Badger » Fri Oct 05, 2012 9:25 am

Went running, some drilling, coffee and oatmeal just like tomorrow.

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby cahwc12 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:12 am

sokomofo wrote:
cahwc12 wrote:
sokomofo wrote:i'm a 유학생 haha. im also teaching english here. and yeah see you at yonsei hahahah.. ugh yonsei is 40 mins away from gangnam :(


Why not just say international student? Do you actually speak korean or just use the few words you know whenever you can?


i was born and raised in south korea. and i used that word to connect with a fellow korean. mind your own business


Maybe I'm wrong, but I never met a korean american who came to korea to teach english and actually knew more than a few words of korean. And both your attitude and casually tossing in of one of the few words you picked up since you've been here indicate to me that you're just trying to brag about knowing those few words. You certainly don't embody the endemic culture of respect and amicability of most koreans I met. You also didn't deny that you don't speak more than a few words of korean.

If I'm wrong, then these remarks are totally undeserved, but it just bothers me whenever I see it because nearly everyone I met in Korea who was a foreigner (korean-american or not) would try to pass off the eight words they learned as near fluency, whereas I actually studied diligently for two years and became nearly conversationally fluent. I guess I'm just calling out for your passive humblebrag and subsequent overly defensive attitude because when someone assumes you speak korean as a foreigner, it devalues the fact that I actually do (and doubtless sure you'll talk about your time there in your PS).

Anyway, if none of that is true, then I do apologize and anyway good luck on the test! (If it is true though you're a jerk.)

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby nsideirish » Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:47 am

cahwc12 wrote:
sokomofo wrote:
cahwc12 wrote:
sokomofo wrote:i'm a 유학생 haha. im also teaching english here. and yeah see you at yonsei hahahah.. ugh yonsei is 40 mins away from gangnam :(


Why not just say international student? Do you actually speak korean or just use the few words you know whenever you can?


i was born and raised in south korea. and i used that word to connect with a fellow korean. mind your own business


Maybe I'm wrong, but I never met a korean american who came to korea to teach english and actually knew more than a few words of korean. And both your attitude and casually tossing in of one of the few words you picked up since you've been here indicate to me that you're just trying to brag about knowing those few words. You certainly don't embody the endemic culture of respect and amicability of most koreans I met. You also didn't deny that you don't speak more than a few words of korean.

If I'm wrong, then these remarks are totally undeserved, but it just bothers me whenever I see it because nearly everyone I met in Korea who was a foreigner (korean-american or not) would try to pass off the eight words they learned as near fluency, whereas I actually studied diligently for two years and became nearly conversationally fluent. I guess I'm just calling out for your passive humblebrag and subsequent overly defensive attitude because when someone assumes you speak korean as a foreigner, it devalues the fact that I actually do (and doubtless sure you'll talk about your time there in your PS).

Anyway, if none of that is true, then I do apologize and anyway good luck on the test! (If it is true though you're a jerk.)


You sound like a miserable as fuck person to be around.

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby Bfalcon » Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:28 am

nsideirish wrote:
cahwc12 wrote:
sokomofo wrote:
cahwc12 wrote:
Why not just say international student? Do you actually speak korean or just use the few words you know whenever you can?


i was born and raised in south korea. and i used that word to connect with a fellow korean. mind your own business


Maybe I'm wrong, but I never met a korean american who came to korea to teach english and actually knew more than a few words of korean. And both your attitude and casually tossing in of one of the few words you picked up since you've been here indicate to me that you're just trying to brag about knowing those few words. You certainly don't embody the endemic culture of respect and amicability of most koreans I met. You also didn't deny that you don't speak more than a few words of korean.

If I'm wrong, then these remarks are totally undeserved, but it just bothers me whenever I see it because nearly everyone I met in Korea who was a foreigner (korean-american or not) would try to pass off the eight words they learned as near fluency, whereas I actually studied diligently for two years and became nearly conversationally fluent. I guess I'm just calling out for your passive humblebrag and subsequent overly defensive attitude because when someone assumes you speak korean as a foreigner, it devalues the fact that I actually do (and doubtless sure you'll talk about your time there in your PS).

Anyway, if none of that is true, then I do apologize and anyway good luck on the test! (If it is true though you're a jerk.)


You sound like a miserable as fuck person to be around.


Agreed! +1... for the last day before the LSAT this guy should go volunteer in a soup kitchen or something.

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Re: What is everyone doing for the last day?

Postby Bfalcon » Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:33 am

For my last day I've woken up at 6 am as usual, had a long shower, read the news and some various articles while drinking my first cup of tea. Ate an apple and then an omelette for breakfast. This am I'll be preparing all my paperwork as well as my bag for the test, and do a couple of logic game questions I've done once or twice before. Hang out with a friend after lunch and then watch resident evil (zombies...come on, what's more relaxation-inducing than checking out a hottie elegantly maim, shoot, and destroy hordes of the walking dead?!?). I'll eat dinner (salmon), and do a little more drilling after that. The evening will wind up with a hot yoga class, a couple final questions, and I'll hop in bed with a good book around 9:30 pm :)




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