hatemyself wrote:Alright then, is there anyone with anecdotal stories of not being completely fucked from guessing? The four I had to guess one, on top of not feeling completely there today, really concern me.
I took a practice test and completely guessed on an entire game and got all of them right. I did random blank filling on the preptest where I got them all right, while on the test today I just filled all in the same answer because I was so frustrated. Guessing on 4 isn't a huge deal either way I don't think. Obviously it's not good that it happened, but it won't tremendously affect your score. I think -4 is still like a 178, right? The most it could possibly change your score would be by 4 points, but more likely it would be by 1-3. I wouldn't worry about it. Also, don't hate yourself. Try meditation.[/quote]
It's just that I have done so well on my preptests, and feel I honestly don't deserve the scores I have gotten on test days. The first time, I burnt myself out from too much studying, and I went into this one getting 180s on most of my recent tests. I finish logic games with so much time that sometimes I have extra time left after extensive review. This week was one of the worst of my life, but I was hoping one recovery on Friday would be enough. To do this after so much work, and on a game that people are saying wasn't even abnormally difficult, is so insanely frustrating. I have everything else in line for HYS, and I honestly went into my first test expecting my LSAT to be my greatest asset in my applications. To feel that taking the test on any other day would have given me 5 more points is enough to seriously cripple me.