cahwc12 wrote:This is totally anecdotal, but I chugged a Coke one day during my break of a 5-section PT. I was antsy and decided to check my progress on the first half (and experimental), and went -9. I was pretty mad, so I chugged that coke and paced around my kitchen, then subsequently obliterated the last two sections in 27 and 29 minutes respectively and went -0 in a fit of LSAT-crushing rage.
I wouldn't recommend counting on a surge of caffeine to help you though.
Each of the following explanations, if true, would help resolve the apparent discrepancy between the premises and conclusion above EXCEPT?
A) In the majority other practice LSATs, caffeine ingested resulted in significantly lower rates of accuracy after ingestion.
B) The last two sections of the PT described were unusually easy.
C) The Coke in fact did not have caffeine, but rather a more advanced brain-enhancing stimulant.
D) The "LSAT-crushing rage", that came about due to the caffeine, inevitably resulted in the test-taker later physically damaging the answer sheet, which would have made the test non-gradable under true testing circumstances.
Sorry, just had to. lol.