BillPackets wrote: sfoglia wrote:
BillPackets wrote:Im gonna use a bubble sheet today
William, are you telling me you haven't been Scantroning it for at least a month now?!
That's a no btw
Seriously took me a bit to get my bubbling in order; I read this story about a girl who forgot on test day to bubble the first section and started crying and everything. I know it sounds stupid, but if you get nervous at all during, it's so easy to bubble the wrong numbers (I do this when skipping around for LG), or to accident skip bubbling a question, and not realize it until you're in the middle of doing something else. Just a time suck. So, choose a system and stick with it.
I bubble every two pages, so, after every logic game, after every reading comp passage, etc. And then when five minutes is called, I bubble all remaining questions D (since that is the most common correct answer according to LSATBlog), and then change when I've selected my actual answer choice, just in case I don't make it to the last few.