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  1. I disagree with the notion thatthere are "too...

    I disagree with the notion thatthere are "too many high scoring candidates." SAT questions are painstakingly tested before being used on a test, so the College Board knows exactly what percent of...
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    I did a very positive review of Priceton Review's...

    I did a very positive review of Priceton Review's Cracking the LSAT- the techniques are solid, and well presented. I had some issues with Powerscore, as some of the techniques are just flat-out wrong...
  3. Test masters may be great, I don't know, but if...

    Test masters may be great, I don't know, but if your post were an LSAT argument, the flaw would be the unwarranted assumption that just because someone does well on the test themselves, it means they...
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    Yes, absolutely- according to Georgetown's...

    Yes, absolutely- according to Georgetown's admissions site, the median stats for incoming students are 170 and 3.67. Your LSAT score is amazing, and your GPA, even if they use 3.3, is not very far...
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    You shouldn't think of the LSAT like the SAT or...

    You shouldn't think of the LSAT like the SAT or ACT. Kids are expected to take those tests again and again- the system is built for it and everybody is happy to profit from it. Think of the LSAT more...
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