seashell.economy wrote:velvet-lou wrote:What's everyone favorite lawyer show?
Damages. Glenn Close gives me the shivers.
Have you seen all of the seasons? I kind of lost interest after
flash21 wrote:Mint-Berry_Crunch wrote:Phoenix97 wrote:flash21 wrote:the LSAT is the hardest academic thing I've done. Is this weird to you guys? I've never had such trouble learning something from the ground up before. I did so ridiculously poorly on my diagnostic that i never thought I'd be able to get even close to 160. its been such a journey, damn
The worst part is no one seems to get it. Everyone's all "I see how hard you've been studying...you're bound to get a ton of questions you've seen before and remember the answers to. I sure you'll get an A ).
this makes me want to scream.
right up there with "you just have to pass right?"
i dont even mention it at all anymore. only really talk about it with one friend who is a 2L right now.
Phoenix97 wrote:flash21 wrote:velvet-lou wrote:flash21 wrote:the LSAT is the hardest academic thing I've done. Is this weird to you guys? I've never had such trouble learning something from the ground up before. I did so ridiculously poorly on my diagnostic that i never thought I'd be able to get even close to 160. its been such a journey, damn
What bothers me is how unpredictable this test is and how slowly you progress once you get up there in scores...
I agree. I feel like getting hit with a ridiculous game or RC passage can screw you over really badly.
Part of me feels like many of these seemingly insane passages or games are not actually as difficult as they appear once you actually start working on them. Maybe they're more of a test of one's mental/emotional endurance and control...like, many test takers glance over a game that looks unfamiliar or complex passage, and immediately go into freakout mode and part of their mind shuts down before they even make an attempt to figure it out.
I honestly think that a significant part of what the LSAT tests is one's ability to maintain mental and emotional composure.
PatriotP74 wrote:Didn't do as well as I'd hoped
RC -8 in October. -7 tonight
LR. -9 in October. -6
Lg. -3. -0
LR. -8. -6
So from a 160 to a 165. I felt super confident on both of those LR sections too. I typically miss 4 in each on every other test. What is it with October lol.
Well that's it for tonight. I'll drill LR tm night and PT 71 on Wednesday. Ready to get this thing in the rear view.
Yes to whoever said hardest academic challenge haha
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