DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

When will scores be released?

December 29th (Monday) or earlier
35
16%
December 30th (Tuesday)
9
4%
December 31st (Wednesday)
8
4%
January 1st (Thursday)
14
6%
January 2nd (Friday)
115
51%
January 3rd (Saturday)
10
4%
January 4th (Sunday)
5
2%
January 5th (Monday, Official Due-by Date)
28
13%
 
Total votes: 224

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby dasani13 » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:24 pm

nlee10 wrote:Was there more than 27 questions on RC this time?


No, i think it was 8,8,5,6

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Wieters » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:25 pm

BrazilBandit wrote:
Wieters wrote:
mornincounselor wrote:
Wieters wrote:Based on what has been posted, we can confirm that Mexican-Americans/perfume was the real RC. Regarding the last two in that section, I think they were on biorobotics and stealing thunder in courtrooms?

Thought the first RC was tougher but that I did was more engaged on it. Oh well.

LG seemed easy and much like September. First two games were very easy, and then photographers/artists were harder but nothing unreasonable. Seems like LSAT is trending toward four games that are manageable if you budget time appropriately, but a problem if you take too long on any one game. This in contrast to older LSATs where you had one pattern/visual game that was wtf.

Both LRs seemed toughest of all sections. Again like September, a bunch of questions where the right answer was just the best of the worst. 26 question LR was breezy through the first 15 but then difficult in the last 11.

Btw, on each LR there was am evaluate question. Most prep books say these only appear once every few LSATs. Really put me off because I don't really have a strategy for those.



No biorobotics was exp. (I think)


Okay, good to know.

Was the stealing thunder real? Comparative reading passage.

The other comparative reading passage I had was on interpreting literature. One passage (A) was short and talked about detective mysteries, other (B) was longer and used poetry as an example, but same general theme.



Stealing Thunder was real...


Thanks.

I thought Mexican-Americans and free will were hard, other two weren't too bad.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby h3jk5h » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:25 pm

santoki wrote:guessing -19 curve


I believe -16 is the most lenient curve in the history of the LSAT.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby santoki » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:26 pm

h3jk5h wrote:
santoki wrote:guessing -19 curve


I believe -16 is the most lenient curve in the history of the LSAT.


assumes that just because something hasnt happened in the past that it will never happen

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby KanGaHru » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:27 pm

santoki wrote:
h3jk5h wrote:
santoki wrote:guessing -19 curve


I believe -16 is the most lenient curve in the history of the LSAT.


assumes that just because something hasnt happened in the past that it will never happen


I know, what a noob!

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Yeezus » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:28 pm

LSATneurotic wrote:Unless i am just way too confident, i really thought this test was standard. LG was a piece of cake, i almost thought it was experimental.

No more than -12 curve, take that to the bank


I'm thinking you were one of only a handful of people who aced the section. Keep in mind that you're most likely among the top 1-2% of test takers when it comes to the LSAT.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Egzon » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:28 pm

For some reason, I remember an lR section with only 24 questions. What did you guys have? Also LG had 24 questions so 24+26 would make sense...

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby cavalier2015 » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:29 pm

LR1: not too bad/ 2 or 3 that were weird
LG: fucked me hard
LR2: easy
RC: pretty easy/ guessed on the last 3 on the mexican passage
LR3: kind of hard

any idea which one was the experimental LR?

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby theleastdiverse » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:29 pm

So...

LR1- Very easy

LG - Very easy... finished with time to spare!

LR2- Very hard and questions were weird (hopefully experimental)

RC- Easy

LR3- Easier then LR2 but harder for me, think I was fatigued.



Trying to figure what LR was experimental. Did anyone else have a LR question- economic growth and interest rates?

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Yeezus » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:29 pm

How many questions were there total? 101?

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby LSATneurotic » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:30 pm

YeezusPiece wrote:
LSATneurotic wrote:Unless i am just way too confident, i really thought this test was standard. LG was a piece of cake, i almost thought it was experimental.

No more than -12 curve, take that to the bank


I'm thinking you were one of only a handful of people who aced the section. Keep in mind that you're most likely among the top 1-2% of test takers when it comes to the LSAT.


You outta give me a couple of your el sat points since i helped you get in your car lol

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby jw316 » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:31 pm

mornincounselor wrote:
theleastdiverse wrote:So...

LR1- Very easy

LG - Very easy... finished with time to spare!

LR2- Very hard and questions were weird (hopefully experimental)

RC- Easy

LR3- Easier then LR2 but harder for me, think I was fatigued.



Trying to figure what LR was experimental. Did anyone else have a LR question- economic growth and interest rates?


Think thats real.


Yeah I remember that question as well and only had 2 LR sections.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Egzon » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:31 pm

YeezusPiece wrote:How many questions were there total? 101?


From what I remember (and what I'm trying to confirm) i had
LR 1-24
Lg 24
Lr 25
Rc 27
Lr 26

My guess is that 25 LR is experimental and thus 101 questions.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby KanGaHru » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:32 pm

Ok so lets start a pool of "Who can guess their exact lsat score pool"........Everyone send me 10 dollars and I will distribute the winnings to everyone who correctly guesses their score by posting proof on TLS! (house gets 10%)
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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby h3jk5h » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:32 pm

KanGaHru wrote:
santoki wrote:
h3jk5h wrote:
santoki wrote:guessing -19 curve


I believe -16 is the most lenient curve in the history of the LSAT.


assumes that just because something hasnt happened in the past that it will never happen


I know, what a noob!


Hahaha

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby ilikebaseball » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:34 pm

Curve will be -13 or -14. Harder than September + the fact that Decembers have almost ALWAYS been unusually generous curves. Any predictions -11 or lower are insane.

So I guess, in saying that, rest easy.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Yeezus » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:35 pm

LSATneurotic wrote:
YeezusPiece wrote:
LSATneurotic wrote:Unless i am just way too confident, i really thought this test was standard. LG was a piece of cake, i almost thought it was experimental.

No more than -12 curve, take that to the bank


I'm thinking you were one of only a handful of people who aced the section. Keep in mind that you're most likely among the top 1-2% of test takers when it comes to the LSAT.


You outta give me a couple of your el sat points since i helped you get in your car lol


Lol I felt like such an idiot when that happened. My brain must have been fried from that test. How about I trade you a couple tenths of my GPA for a couple of your LSAT points from this test? At this point I'd be happy with a 169.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby JerryLundegard » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:37 pm

4 of my 5 sections went really well i thought. I screwed up on the first logic games as my timing was just all over the place. I thought there was hope with my section 3(also games) which was SO easy but alas i guess that was the experimental section.

Loved seeing a passage on determinism in there though haha my philosophy 101 class coming in handy.

All in all I think it was much better than September for me as I wasn't rushing like a mad man-but i'm still a little dissapointed with how games 3+4 turned out. We shall see

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby GiveMeGrayIcons » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:41 pm

Egzon wrote:
YeezusPiece wrote:How many questions were there total? 101?


From what I remember (and what I'm trying to confirm) i had
LR 1-24
Lg 24
Lr 25
Rc 27
Lr 26

My guess is that 25 LR is experimental and thus 101 questions.


K so I'm confused. I had

LG 23
LR 25
LG 23
LR 26
RC 27

Aren't all of the scored sections in the same order for everyone with experimental lumped in between? Cause our numbers don't add up

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Shakawkaw » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:42 pm

what the fuck just happened guys.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby KanGaHru » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:43 pm

GiveMeGrayIcons wrote:
Egzon wrote:
YeezusPiece wrote:How many questions were there total? 101?


From what I remember (and what I'm trying to confirm) i had
LR 1-24
Lg 24
Lr 25
Rc 27
Lr 26

My guess is that 25 LR is experimental and thus 101 questions.


K so I'm confused. I had

LG 23
LR 25
LG 23
LR 26
RC 27

Aren't all of the scored sections in the same order for everyone with experimental lumped in between? Cause our numbers don't add up


nope....They have different orders.....I also had your order btw

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby jw316 » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:45 pm

Shakawkaw wrote:what the fuck just happened guys.


Elaborate por favor

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby RachelZane13 » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:45 pm

LG - kind of hard, unsure about 1-2 answers
LR
LG - very easy, finished with time to spare
LR
RC

My LG sections are blurring together and I can't remember which section that colors/rug one was in. I do remember a scenario about assigning cases to associates in my easier section.. anyone else?




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