Just finished the LSAT...

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Topszn
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Just finished the LSAT...

Postby Topszn » Tue Jun 09, 2015 10:01 am

So I just came out of the June LSAT (taken in England, hence why I've finished now - we start at 9am not 1pm). It was okay, I guess..?

I think I under performed. Prep scores were 168-170 and I don't think I've got higher than 166, although to be honest I have no way of telling. i was aiming for Stanford but guess that's just gone up in smoke, not that it wasn't a long shot for an English 168 scorer anyway I guess (I literally am guessing, I actually have no idea...).

Good luck to everyone else taking today - id love to discuss the questions, especially a peculiar LG, but we got told not too so silence is observed.

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Re: Just finished the LSAT...

Postby FloridaCoastalorbust » Tue Jun 09, 2015 10:07 am

Stanford takes people with multiple LSAT scores. Seems like you didn't bomb it. Definitely do not cancel.

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Re: Just finished the LSAT...

Postby Topszn » Tue Jun 09, 2015 10:11 am

The prospect of taking again - well, the prospect of more studying, after 10 weeks of relative hell - isn't exactly a relief but guess I'll see what the score is and decide then :roll:

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Re: Just finished the LSAT...

Postby TheProdigal » Tue Jun 09, 2015 10:14 am

Topszn wrote:...the prospect of more studying, after 10 weeks of relative hell...

Law school sounds perfect for you.

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Re: Just finished the LSAT...

Postby Topszn » Tue Jun 09, 2015 10:16 am

TheProdigal wrote:
Topszn wrote:...the prospect of more studying, after 10 weeks of relative hell...

Law school sounds perfect for you.



I won't have to do law school at the same time as a full time job, a part time evening job and moving house though, smart ass.

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Re: Just finished the LSAT...

Postby nlee10 » Tue Jun 09, 2015 10:42 am

Topszn wrote:
TheProdigal wrote:
Topszn wrote:...the prospect of more studying, after 10 weeks of relative hell...

Law school sounds perfect for you.



I won't have to do law school at the same time as a full time job, a part time evening job and moving house though, smart ass.

Regardless of your situation, 10 weeks isn't a lot compared to most people on here buddy.

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Re: Just finished the LSAT...

Postby Topszn » Tue Jun 09, 2015 11:11 am

nlee10 wrote:
Topszn wrote:
TheProdigal wrote:
Topszn wrote:...the prospect of more studying, after 10 weeks of relative hell...

Law school sounds perfect for you.



I won't have to do law school at the same time as a full time job, a part time evening job and moving house though, smart ass.

Regardless of your situation, 10 weeks isn't a lot compared to most people on here buddy.


I understand that, I'm not saying I did the most or the best, I just said I don't fancy the prospect of doing all of the same stuff again, why are you so sensitive?

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Re: Just finished the LSAT...

Postby Op_Diom » Tue Jun 09, 2015 12:22 pm

Give it a day or two before you jump to any hasty conclusions. I bet you will feel better about it in 24 hours.

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Re: Just finished the LSAT...

Postby lsatkillah » Tue Jun 09, 2015 1:22 pm

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Postby msp8 » Tue Jun 09, 2015 1:54 pm

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Re: Just finished the LSAT...

Postby RunnerRunner » Tue Jun 09, 2015 2:09 pm

OP: don't jump to conclusions, plenty of people come out of the test thinking they did worse than they actually did. My first impression walking out of the test center was that I probably hit 2 - 3 points below my average. 24 hours removed from the stress of test day I thought I probably hit my average on the nose. When I got my score I saw I had exceeded my average. I also once read about someone who considered cancelling their score, only to eventually find out they hit 180.

TLDR: feeling like you under-performed doesn't mean you did, try not to stress!!




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