Mike, Shinners, and the rest of you cool cats

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Sinatra
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Mike, Shinners, and the rest of you cool cats

Postby Sinatra » Fri Oct 18, 2013 4:12 pm

I was wondering, do you guys get pumped for upcoming LSAT releases? Are you excited to take PT 70 in a week a half and just break that shit down?

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Re: Mike, Shinners, and the rest of you cool cats

Postby The LSAT Trainer » Fri Oct 18, 2013 4:39 pm

Sinatra wrote:I was wondering, do you guys get pumped for upcoming LSAT releases? Are you excited to take PT 70 in a week a half and just break that shit down?


Ha -- I used to -- for a few years, I used to host a "Review the LSAT" live session for Manhattan (not sure if they do it anymore) where I'd break down the toughest q's, games etc. a day or two after scores were released -- that was fun.

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Re: Mike, Shinners, and the rest of you cool cats

Postby bp shinners » Mon Oct 21, 2013 1:06 pm

Sinatra wrote:I was wondering, do you guys get pumped for upcoming LSAT releases? Are you excited to take PT 70 in a week a half and just break that shit down?


Yes and no. Much more now that I'm in charge of making our LSAT predictions - always fun to check those and see how I did.

It's always good to get new examples to teach students with. Every time they use a new trick, it gives me something fresh to teach. And I've seen every other question so many times that I know exactly what's going on - new questions means I can test myself with actual, fresh material to make sure I'm not getting soft.

No because it's a ton of work to get explanations written and vetted for an entire new test :twisted:




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