LSAT day, post mortem

I would’ve posted sooner had Jackson not used his chin to break his fall while running on the road tonight–we just got back from the ER with a popsicle and 3 stitches to show for it!

Of course, I won’t know until the first week in July how I really did, but I’m feeling good about my performance on the LSAT.  The section of the test that I was most nervous about was the logic games section (my performance on this section during my practice tests was rarely better than 11 of 24 correct), and I caught a huge break on that section just because it showed up first on my test today, when I was freshest and most alert.  I had confident answers on 24 of 25 questions, which was a first for me.

Thanks to everyone who kept up with me and prayed today!  I’ll post my score here when it comes in.

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2 Responses to “LSAT day, post mortem”


  1. 1 Mattchews June 12, 2007 at 8:35 am

    Well, Well seems you always have something exciting going on!

    I am sure things went well and glad you caught a break. Catching a break on those things ain’t always easy. I’ll have to remember that when GMAT comes my way and I try not to shiver in horror.

  2. 2 Jim June 16, 2007 at 10:48 pm

    Glad to hear you feel good about the test. I am back in town from my trip to St. Louis. Maybe we can connect for lunch again soon.


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