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    I thought it means he got 180.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    I thought it means he got 180.
    Yes, that's what Imean. He got a "180", but that doesn't mean he got every question right. What it means is he got more questions right then everybody else who took the same version of the test as him.
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    matclone,

    Since you are a mind reader, what percentage of American politicians do you think uses prostitutes?
    Limiting this to U.S. Congressmen and women, my wild guess is: 15% at any given time; 40% in their lifetime. Other people's sexual habits are way down on the list of things I'm interested in. However, some like Masters and Johnson have studied this stuff extensively.

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    Almost every LSAT test that I have seen scored (I have seen about 40) you needed to get at least 98 out of 100 questions right to get a 180.

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    An LSAT tutor from princeton review said the same pretty much the same thing as big. He said if I was really lucky, I could get 3 or 4 wrong and have an off-chance of getting a 180. Scoring that high is pretty damn hard, if you ask me.

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    They often have 101 questions scored so you can get 3 questions wrong and still get 98 which can be 180.

    The hardest thing is actually not to get them all right but to be able to get to them all. You have to go at a crazy pace to finish the whole test, let alone get all questions right.

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    i'm planning on studying for it over the summer. I've looked at it some with instructors. With the right systems (that you learn) I think reading will be hard to finish and do as well as I want to on, games i think will be doable with enough practice. i've seen the arguments section and that didn't look too bad. Without people telling you how to take it I think it would be incredibly hard to answer all the questions without guessing, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _SL_ View Post
    i'm planning on studying for it over the summer. I've looked at it some with instructors. With the right systems (that you learn) I think reading will be hard to finish and do as well as I want to on, games i think will be doable with enough practice. i've seen the arguments section and that didn't look too bad. Without people telling you how to take it I think it would be incredibly hard to answer all the questions without guessing, though.
    Good for you. I did not have the money (nor the inclination, really) for the Prep Courses. I got a decent score of 156. Not great, not awful.
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    Games are ok but if you do well on a games section and then have to do a reading section right after, your mind begins to wonder. Its hard to switch from games to reading. Its a tough test to do well on.

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