LMFAO! Wow, it's going hard in here.quinnmittens wrote:It ain't a problem like that man. You are right I did get tripped. My problem is all the assholes on here thinking their are fucking Webster and shit like they know it all. Them people know damn well they don't know definitions of some words. Bitches ain't shit!Desert Fox wrote:Yea, my C's got degrees. I hadn't read a single book from high school until my LSAT, and I still never ran into a word that I didn't know.quinnmittens wrote:
I know plenty of people who are "college educated." C's get Degrees.
The RC defines those words in the text and some words aren't defined (the ones that they assume EVERYBODY knows)
Hastened is a word they assume everyone knows.
Look, you got tripped up with a word you randomly didn't know. It happens. But if this is a common problem your vocab is deficient (LACKING). If it was a one time thing, why are you all butthurt about it.
I got fucked a different way on my actual LSAT. They used a word that has a technical definition and a layman definition, and I stupidly went with the technical definition and read too much into the question. Shit happens, I still got dat 176.
"i'm all between her legs like a seat on a bike, got a couple of broads with me and one is a d*ke"