2013 December LSAT Blog Carnival

The internet is a wonderful tool. Not only can you use it to further your knowledge in literally any area (say, quantum entanglement)or to connect with any other person in the world, but it also has a ton of awesome reactions from people who took the 2013 December LSAT.

Let’s take a look at a few, shall we?

For starters, if you thought all those December LSAT testing centers that closed due to inclement weather was an unfortunate situation, read this Tumblr’s encounter of a no-show proctor.

Hani here was ready for his December LSAT — and has the Ziploc bag mirror selfie to prove it.

Meanwhile, Bree-zy went with the triple GIF to express her up-and-down December LSAT test day.

Lauren couldn’t wait to get home before snapping a satisfied pic after her December LSAT.

If you had trouble sleeping the night before the December LSAT, you’re not alone.

For many students, finals week and the December LSAT are on the same week. Brutal.

Of course, if you’re interested in more in-depth discussion on the exam, check out our 2013 December LSAT Instant Recap and 2013 December LSAT Morning Cometh posts on the LSAT blog.

What did you think of the December LSAT? Which sections (if any) tripped you up? If you have a blog post, link to it in the comments.

3 Responses

  1. Frances says:

    Just took the Sabbath administration of the LSAT this morning. Had one really difficult games section and one “easy” one. Hoping the one I struggled through was experimental. Besides that section, I thought it went great!

    • Lauren says:

      Thats exactly how I felt about my logic games sections too! I thought about trying to search around and maybe figure out which was which, but nothing good can come of that. I’m praying the brutal section was experimental and the “normal” section was the real deal.

  2. Karl Jackson says:

    I took the lsat on Saturday. Before the test I was confident, during the test I was steady and had an opportunity to answer all of the questions, but I second guessed myself on 2 questions, which will probably turn out incorrect. Im sure one of those are not correct.

    The practice tests seemed a little more difficult than the actual exam so either my hard work and practice paid off or I was tottaly on the wrong track. All in all im happy with any result I put in the time and effort to study with practice test going from a 154 up to 166. Most of my practice test were in the low 160’s I took a total of 12 tests and the last 7 were 161 or better with the highest at 166.

    I guess I’m on this post because of the unkown and I need to vent. Im confident in 99 out of 101 answer choices but history shows i’ll miss between 18 and 21 but who knows maybe i’ll only miss the 2 i second guessed my self on.

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