jphiggo wrote:Hopefully this isn't the case, but if I have to take the Hellsat again, I'm going to practice next time with 10 or 12 people hacking their lungs out, tapping their feet, and a test proctor ripping pages out of a notebook so that I can simulate, more appropriately, real testing conditions. These people... sheesh
The 7Sage app actually has this feature
LOL Kaplan has an iPhone app that's a timer and a test simulator, so there are people coughing and snorting and sharpening pencils really loudly the whole time. But it's totally useless because it skips constantly. In one section it'll take off 5 minutes, then 6 in another, then 4. So the first time I did a diagnostic for them I used the app and my score was like, 150 because they cut off a total of about 25 minutes. The next time, after I used a real timer, I got a 164 and a message popped up: "Wow, our methods are really working!" Way to inflate your rate of success, Kaplan. PS their program is largely useless, but it's worth it for unlimited access to every lsat ever released.