Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

bulawschool
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Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby bulawschool » Thu May 16, 2013 9:57 pm

For personal preference, I would like to use 2 analog watches for LSAT exam.
One to check the 'real' time.
The other to be set to noon and time the 35 min sections.
Am I allowed to do bring 2 watches, or is there a restriction?

Thanks in advance

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txdude45
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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby txdude45 » Thu May 16, 2013 10:07 pm

Why would the "real" time even be relevant? Do you have somewhere else to be during those hours?

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby AC Vegas » Thu May 16, 2013 10:18 pm

Just use math.

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby ManOfTheMinute » Thu May 16, 2013 10:29 pm

Why does the real time matter? You have an important date that you'd leave the LSAT early for if it runs late?

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby Dr. Dre » Fri May 17, 2013 5:33 am

who cares about the "real time" on the day you take the most important test of your life.

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby objection_your_honor » Fri May 17, 2013 11:04 am

There will almost certainly be a clock on the wall if you're curious. Half the testers use it as their timer, anyway.

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby toothbrush » Fri May 17, 2013 11:14 am

objection_your_honor wrote:There will almost certainly be a clock on the wall if you're curious. Half the testers use it as their timer, anyway.

No there won't most certainly be one. If half the testers used it in my sitting than half of them didn't keep the time.

You can bring both. Wear a regular one on your fucking wrist. Is this even a question?

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby txdude45 » Fri May 17, 2013 11:22 am

OP still needs to address the question of why the actual time even matters. Sit down and take the friggin test.

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby wtrc » Fri May 17, 2013 11:34 am

txdude45 wrote:OP still needs to address the question of why the actual time even matters. Sit down and take the friggin test.


There are some good TV shows on at 5 PM, can't miss em. Test complete or not.

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby toothbrush » Fri May 17, 2013 11:38 am

txdude45 wrote:OP still needs to address the question of why the actual time even matters. Sit down and take the friggin test.

Why does he have to address that? I would have been happier knowing the real time. It lets you gauge things in real perspective. I take a poo at 11am every day. I wish I had known when 11 was by my watch so I knew how long til I could use the bathroom. I also get hungry 2 hours after breakfast. It would have been nice to know the time for that as well.

Ultimately, who the fuck cares? this is a dumb thread. Take three watches, no one cares.

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby rambleon65 » Wed Jun 05, 2013 2:01 am

bulawschool wrote:For personal preference, I would like to use 2 analog watches for LSAT exam.
One to check the 'real' time.
The other to be set to noon and time the 35 min sections.
Am I allowed to do bring 2 watches, or is there a restriction?

Thanks in advance


Why noon and not midnight? Why must you assume it's noon? This is discriminatory.

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby ManOfTheMinute » Wed Jun 05, 2013 2:36 am

rambleon65 wrote:
bulawschool wrote:For personal preference, I would like to use 2 analog watches for LSAT exam.
One to check the 'real' time.
The other to be set to noon and time the 35 min sections.
Am I allowed to do bring 2 watches, or is there a restriction?

Thanks in advance


Why noon and not midnight? Why must you assume it's noon? This is discriminatory.


seriously... what an asshat

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby bp shinners » Wed Jun 05, 2013 12:43 pm

wtrcoins3 wrote:
txdude45 wrote:OP still needs to address the question of why the actual time even matters. Sit down and take the friggin test.


There are some good TV shows on at 5 PM, can't miss em. Test complete or not.


This is why I can't live without a DVR.

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Re: Are you allowed to bring 2 analog watches to LSAT?

Postby TheMostDangerousLG » Wed Jun 05, 2013 4:10 pm

I'm bringing three watches. Live fast, die on time.




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