What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

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What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby DaRascal » Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:28 am

I'm eating a bunch of Eggos w/syrup and maybe drinking some milk although I'm not sure if it'll all settle well.
The syrup will leave a sweet taste in my mouth that either represents the sweet taste of victory if I get a high score or the realization that I'm eventually going to be at risk for type 2 diabetes if I get a low score.

How 'bout you guys?

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby Poo-T » Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:29 am

crack cocaine

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby DaRascal » Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:31 am

Poo-T wrote:crack cocaine


That's a good idea. I'm thinking about drinking tonight. I have never been so complacement in my life. :mrgreen:

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby DaRascal » Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:36 am

Also do you guys know if we can bring MP3 Players to the LSAT if we put it on a lower volume? I kinda want to listen to music while I'm taking it this time around. I could understand why it wouldn't be allowed if you were being obnoxious by blasting it but then the proctor would kick you out anyway. I'm pretty sure we can't I just want to see if there could possibly be an exception. I'm going to head over to the testing center in a few and see what's up with that.

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby boblawlob » Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:59 am

DaRascal wrote:Also do you guys know if we can bring MP3 Players to the LSAT if we put it on a lower volume? I kinda want to listen to music while I'm taking it this time around. I could understand why it wouldn't be allowed if you were being obnoxious by blasting it but then the proctor would kick you out anyway. I'm pretty sure we can't I just want to see if there could possibly be an exception. I'm going to head over to the testing center in a few and see what's up with that.

I'm pretty sure that is not allowed, period.

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby JamMasterJ » Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:59 am

DaRascal wrote:Also do you guys know if we can bring MP3 Players to the LSAT if we put it on a lower volume? I kinda want to listen to music while I'm taking it this time around. I could understand why it wouldn't be allowed if you were being obnoxious by blasting it but then the proctor would kick you out anyway. I'm pretty sure we can't I just want to see if there could possibly be an exception. I'm going to head over to the testing center in a few and see what's up with that.

absolutely no

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby tyler.durden » Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:52 am

DaRascal wrote:Also do you guys know if we can bring MP3 Players to the LSAT if we put it on a lower volume? I kinda want to listen to music while I'm taking it this time around. I could understand why it wouldn't be allowed if you were being obnoxious by blasting it but then the proctor would kick you out anyway. I'm pretty sure we can't I just want to see if there could possibly be an exception. I'm going to head over to the testing center in a few and see what's up with that.


I would definitely take a few minutes to read the rules for test day a little closer. If you are even considering this, who knows what other actions you are thinking of that are absolutely prohibited. Set yourself up for success man...

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby North » Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:56 am

DaRascal wrote:Also do you guys know if we can bring MP3 Players to the LSAT if we put it on a lower volume? I kinda want to listen to music while I'm taking it this time around. I could understand why it wouldn't be allowed if you were being obnoxious by blasting it but then the proctor would kick you out anyway. I'm pretty sure we can't I just want to see if there could possibly be an exception. I'm going to head over to the testing center in a few and see what's up with that.

You're obviously taking this test far too seriously.

Breakfast:

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby MsAvocadoPit » Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:33 pm

A ton of egg whites
w/ a few veggies mixed in
1/4 of an avocado 8)
2 pieces wheat toast
Coffee - but as early as possible (at least 1 hr before leaving) in order to pee it out in time -

Waking up at 630am, we probably won't get our break until 11:30am ish, so eat enough to carry you through!!

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby Br3v » Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:37 pm

DaRascal wrote:Also do you guys know if we can bring MP3 Players to the LSAT if we put it on a lower volume? I kinda want to listen to music while I'm taking it this time around. I could understand why it wouldn't be allowed if you were being obnoxious by blasting it but then the proctor would kick you out anyway. I'm pretty sure we can't I just want to see if there could possibly be an exception. I'm going to head over to the testing center in a few and see what's up with that.


This is why I missed your posts.


but, probably a granola bar and some nutella toast with chocolate milk.

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby msmith19 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 1:18 pm

2 eggs, 2 pieces of toast, glass of milk and a cup of coffee. Some supplements.

Cup of coffee upon arriving at test centre (whenever the last chance to drink is)

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby dba415 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 1:31 pm

DaRascal wrote:Also do you guys know if we can bring MP3 Players to the LSAT if we put it on a lower volume? I kinda want to listen to music while I'm taking it this time around. I could understand why it wouldn't be allowed if you were being obnoxious by blasting it but then the proctor would kick you out anyway. I'm pretty sure we can't I just want to see if there could possibly be an exception. I'm going to head over to the testing center in a few and see what's up with that.

That's allowed.

I'm bringing my iPad to the test though. Gonna use it as a timer since I don't have an analog watch and I know phones aren't allowed. Also would be cool to watch some videos or browse the web during the break or if I finish sections early (crosses fingers)

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby Cobretti » Fri Oct 05, 2012 1:43 pm

dba415 wrote:
DaRascal wrote:Also do you guys know if we can bring MP3 Players to the LSAT if we put it on a lower volume? I kinda want to listen to music while I'm taking it this time around. I could understand why it wouldn't be allowed if you were being obnoxious by blasting it but then the proctor would kick you out anyway. I'm pretty sure we can't I just want to see if there could possibly be an exception. I'm going to head over to the testing center in a few and see what's up with that.

That's allowed.

I'm bringing my iPad to the test though. Gonna use it as a timer since I don't have an analog watch and I know phones aren't allowed. Also would be cool to watch some videos or browse the web during the break or if I finish sections early (crosses fingers)


Page 4 of your LSAC ticket wrote:PROHIBITED ELECTRONIC DEVICES
Prohibited electronic items that test takers may not bring into the testing center include, but are not limited to electronic timers of any kind, ..., IPODs, ..., and media and electronic devices of any kind

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby bobbypin » Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:46 pm

dba415 wrote: I'm bringing my iPad to the test though. Gonna use it as a timer since I don't have an analog watch and I know phones aren't allowed. Also would be cool to watch some videos or browse the web during the break or if I finish sections early (crosses fingers)


Thanks for the laugh!

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby SumStalwart » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:52 pm

DaRascal wrote:Also do you guys know if we can bring MP3 Players to the LSAT if we put it on a lower volume? I kinda want to listen to music while I'm taking it this time around. I could understand why it wouldn't be allowed if you were being obnoxious by blasting it but then the proctor would kick you out anyway. I'm pretty sure we can't I just want to see if there could possibly be an exception. I'm going to head over to the testing center in a few and see what's up with that.


I love it.

I'm probably going to eat some oatmeal, poached eggs, toast, and some green tea (smoother than coffee but still has caffein). Though, I am going to be waking up around 6 so that I have a lot of cushion before the test.

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby NewYorkL » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:56 pm

dba415 wrote:
DaRascal wrote:Also do you guys know if we can bring MP3 Players to the LSAT if we put it on a lower volume? I kinda want to listen to music while I'm taking it this time around. I could understand why it wouldn't be allowed if you were being obnoxious by blasting it but then the proctor would kick you out anyway. I'm pretty sure we can't I just want to see if there could possibly be an exception. I'm going to head over to the testing center in a few and see what's up with that.

That's allowed.

I'm bringing my iPad to the test though. Gonna use it as a timer since I don't have an analog watch and I know phones aren't allowed. Also would be cool to watch some videos or browse the web during the break or if I finish sections early (crosses fingers)



:lol: :lol:

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby NewYorkL » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:58 pm

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby Clarity » Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:06 pm

NewYorkL wrote:
dba415 wrote:
DaRascal wrote:Also do you guys know if we can bring MP3 Players to the LSAT if we put it on a lower volume? I kinda want to listen to music while I'm taking it this time around. I could understand why it wouldn't be allowed if you were being obnoxious by blasting it but then the proctor would kick you out anyway. I'm pretty sure we can't I just want to see if there could possibly be an exception. I'm going to head over to the testing center in a few and see what's up with that.

That's allowed.

I'm bringing my iPad to the test though. Gonna use it as a timer since I don't have an analog watch and I know phones aren't allowed. Also would be cool to watch some videos or browse the web TLS during the break or if I finish sections early (crosses fingers)



:lol: :lol:


Wouldn't that be great? Comparing answer choices with TLS during the test.

I plan on having a cereal bar and orange juice for breakfast.

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Re: What's Everyone eating for breakfast tomorrow?

Postby framboozer » Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:29 pm

I can't eat much when I'm nervous. Actually, I can't eat much in general, so for me it will be an egg in a basket and how ever much dark chocolate and mixed nuts I can get down. I'll drink a little bit of coffee with dark chocolate melted in too. And crap, I have to see if we have orange juice. Love that stuff.




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