random number wrote:
But that is not a product of this test itself. You could substitute any of your PTs for the exam administered on Saturday while still feeling the same emotional effects. Again, the tests are remarkably consistent,
Also, I'm sure that 90% or more of the people taking the test at any given administration felt the same way. This naturally impacts their performance on the experimental (administered early in the test), which consequently impacts the equating of the exam.
so I'm like in trouble, you're saying.
Quite the opposite - sorry if my meaning was unclear.
i agree rn. the nerves have made it so hard to judge, especially LR. i think LG went fine, because it always went fine, even when i was rushed. but LR normally i had a feel, but for me its just a blur really. i just have to trust the i employed the skills and habits i had worked so diligently to implement. i remember the skrimps and i remember the health freak deficiencies but i couldnt tell you where in the test they were you know? someone early posted that they were extremely intimidated by how people were able to remember where and what specific questions were. and they were like "i think i had shoes on when i took the lsat, yea i definitely had shoes on." thats how I feel. lol. and december was -14 and it was easier than this if you ask me. so we will see. if a standardized test is a standardized test, you should not totally BOMB from you PTs, maybe -4 or -5 points than normal but not more than that, and as consistent and really amazing a job the LSAC does with this test, i doubt that happened to anyone[/quote]
-4 or -5?
im gonna vomit[/quote]
i mean if you think about it -4 or -5 scaled difference is probably 5-6 questions in the 165-175 range and maybe even 8-9 questions in the 160-165 range more missed questions than usual. thats a lot of missed questions. if you studied your balls off thats an AWFUL day. and i doubt anyone on TLS had an AWFUL day.