The Official December 2015 Study Group

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby AfrocentricAsian » Sat Oct 03, 2015 4:41 pm

Are Cambridge lsat packets still available? I also was looking into the blueprint lsat course

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby sanibella » Sat Oct 03, 2015 4:55 pm

Checking in. Was averaging very high but tore my eardrum open/double ear infection so not sure I performed to potential. Will mostly be doing maintenance til December as I already think I have a very strong grasp of test.

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby ftge232 » Sat Oct 03, 2015 5:44 pm

Took about 70 practice tests, averaged around 176... i'd be lucky if I scored a 175 today. very lucky

had a streak from 30-50 where I was getting great scores - are these known to be easier?

what do y'all suggest for someone who's done all of the PT's to do at this point? don't wanna overkill and repeat the last few months between now and december... i botched the reading today, and I don't think I wanna go over the earlier reading passages again. the questions changed so much after ~PT 50.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby ftge232 » Sat Oct 03, 2015 5:49 pm

When do I have to register by?

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby PoopNpants » Sat Oct 03, 2015 5:53 pm

Sat today but also registered for October, Got a 167 back in Feb but hoping to improve drastically. Today didn't go great but I guess I'll see in 4 weeks

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby CoolerThanCooley » Sat Oct 03, 2015 5:56 pm

Checking in. Bombed Oct.

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

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Joining December.
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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby appind » Sat Oct 03, 2015 6:32 pm

ftge232 wrote:Took about 70 practice tests, averaged around 176... i'd be lucky if I scored a 175 today. very lucky

had a streak from 30-50 where I was getting great scores - are these known to be easier?

what do y'all suggest for someone who's done all of the PT's to do at this point? don't wanna overkill and repeat the last few months between now and december... i botched the reading today, and I don't think I wanna go over the earlier reading passages again. the questions changed so much after ~PT 50.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated


Yes for the bolded. No matter what people say my scores are much higher on older tests than on recent ones, esp on RC

also interested in any tips on perfect scorers in 70s RC. Rc is pretty much the only thing keeping me from 170+
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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby Petrichor » Sat Oct 03, 2015 6:34 pm

appind wrote:
ftge232 wrote:Took about 70 practice tests, averaged around 176... i'd be lucky if I scored a 175 today. very lucky

had a streak from 30-50 where I was getting great scores - are these known to be easier?

what do y'all suggest for someone who's done all of the PT's to do at this point? don't wanna overkill and repeat the last few months between now and december... i botched the reading today, and I don't think I wanna go over the earlier reading passages again. the questions changed so much after ~PT 50.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated


Yes for the bolded. No matter what people say my scores are much higher on older tests than on recent ones, esp on RC


completely agree, had a stretch in the 40s where RC was automatics -1 or -2 at worst, recent RC is more difficult but I think the LG makes up for it.

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby CoolerThanCooley » Sat Oct 03, 2015 6:39 pm

ftge232 wrote:Took about 70 practice tests, averaged around 176... i'd be lucky if I scored a 175 today. very lucky

had a streak from 30-50 where I was getting great scores - are these known to be easier?

what do y'all suggest for someone who's done all of the PT's to do at this point? don't wanna overkill and repeat the last few months between now and december... i botched the reading today, and I don't think I wanna go over the earlier reading passages again. the questions changed so much after ~PT 50.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated


Unless you have a horrendous GPA, just apply with a 172+. Probably not worth delaying until Dec.

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby appind » Sat Oct 03, 2015 6:44 pm

Petrichor wrote:
appind wrote:
ftge232 wrote:Took about 70 practice tests, averaged around 176... i'd be lucky if I scored a 175 today. very lucky

had a streak from 30-50 where I was getting great scores - are these known to be easier?

what do y'all suggest for someone who's done all of the PT's to do at this point? don't wanna overkill and repeat the last few months between now and december... i botched the reading today, and I don't think I wanna go over the earlier reading passages again. the questions changed so much after ~PT 50.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated


Yes for the bolded. No matter what people say my scores are much higher on older tests than on recent ones, esp on RC


completely agree, had a stretch in the 40s where RC was automatics -1 or -2 at worst, recent RC is more difficult but I think the LG makes up for it.


I miss -2 at most in the old RC but 70s rc I go -6/-9. LG may be slightly difficult in older tests than newer but I score the same in it

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby Petrichor » Sat Oct 03, 2015 6:48 pm

appind wrote:
Petrichor wrote:
appind wrote:
ftge232 wrote:Took about 70 practice tests, averaged around 176... i'd be lucky if I scored a 175 today. very lucky

had a streak from 30-50 where I was getting great scores - are these known to be easier?

what do y'all suggest for someone who's done all of the PT's to do at this point? don't wanna overkill and repeat the last few months between now and december... i botched the reading today, and I don't think I wanna go over the earlier reading passages again. the questions changed so much after ~PT 50.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated


Yes for the bolded. No matter what people say my scores are much higher on older tests than on recent ones, esp on RC


completely agree, had a stretch in the 40s where RC was automatics -1 or -2 at worst, recent RC is more difficult but I think the LG makes up for it.


I miss -2 at most in the old RC but 70s rc I go -6/-9. LG may be slightly difficult in older tests than newer but I score the same in it


can't say this for certain but i think the newer RCs are disproportionately more difficult, again this is purely personal experience but i tend to do no worse than -4 on RCs but the more recent ways (minus june test) is more like -5 while LG is consistent between -2 or 0 for me

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby Petrichor » Sat Oct 03, 2015 6:48 pm

Petrichor wrote:
appind wrote:
Petrichor wrote:
appind wrote:
ftge232 wrote:Took about 70 practice tests, averaged around 176... i'd be lucky if I scored a 175 today. very lucky

had a streak from 30-50 where I was getting great scores - are these known to be easier?

what do y'all suggest for someone who's done all of the PT's to do at this point? don't wanna overkill and repeat the last few months between now and december... i botched the reading today, and I don't think I wanna go over the earlier reading passages again. the questions changed so much after ~PT 50.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated


Yes for the bolded. No matter what people say my scores are much higher on older tests than on recent ones, esp on RC


completely agree, had a stretch in the 40s where RC was automatics -1 or -2 at worst, recent RC is more difficult but I think the LG makes up for it.


I miss -2 at most in the old RC but 70s rc I go -6/-9. LG may be slightly difficult in older tests than newer but I score the same in it


can't say this for certain but i think the newer RCs are disproportionately more difficult, again this is purely personal experience but i tend to do no worse than -4 on RCs but the more recent ones (minus june test) is more like -5 while LG is consistent between -2 or 0 for me

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby ftge232 » Sat Oct 03, 2015 6:54 pm

CoolerThanCooley wrote:
ftge232 wrote:Took about 70 practice tests, averaged around 176... i'd be lucky if I scored a 175 today. very lucky

had a streak from 30-50 where I was getting great scores - are these known to be easier?

what do y'all suggest for someone who's done all of the PT's to do at this point? don't wanna overkill and repeat the last few months between now and december... i botched the reading today, and I don't think I wanna go over the earlier reading passages again. the questions changed so much after ~PT 50.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated


Unless you have a horrendous GPA, just apply with a 172+. Probably not worth delaying until Dec.


Trying to get into harvard.. you know, for the pussy

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby ftge232 » Sat Oct 03, 2015 6:55 pm

So - how do I improve that RC score? Read more? Any way I can make a more deliberate effort?

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Re: Dec LSAT Study Group

Postby appind » Sat Oct 03, 2015 7:22 pm

* please dont quote

anyone take at JFK University Law school in Pleasant Hill?

they seemed to have seated 4 people per two desks so your almost have body contact to the person on either side of you, which is very distracting. did any room at jfk university not have such crowded seating?

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