7Sage Podcast Episode #56 - 7Sager Logician - 146 to 171 LSAT

Juliet --Student Service--Juliet --Student Service-- Member Administrator Student Services
edited October 2021 in Podcasts 5140 karma

Episode #56 is here!

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  • LogicianLogician Alum Member Sage
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    Thank you again for having me!

  • mere_mortalmere_mortal Monthly Member
    91 karma

    Fun episode! I was so happy to finally hear from someone on the podcast who struggled with LG!

  • Glutton for the LSATGlutton for the LSAT Alum Member
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    This is a really insightful podcast. I think it helped emphasize how proportionally rare it is to get a 170+ and how the 7Sage forum high scorer stories are an unrepresentative sample of all LSAT test takers. I also really benefitted from the discussion concerning luck as a factor in obtaining a desired score. I was just telling an LSAT buddy that once you've achieved a certain success rate (let's say, above 50%) in obtaining your desired score, the next factors are just chance and luck: You will get your desired score eventually. Just keep taking the formal test until your success rate works out.

  • Burt ReynoldsBurt Reynolds Alum Member Sage
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    Couldn't agree more with @"Glutton for the LSAT" - so many great callouts in this episode. Awesome stuff @Logician !!

  • LogicianLogician Alum Member Sage
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  • galacticgalactic Yearly Member
    edited September 2021 690 karma

    @Logician I got a TON of value from your insights -- thanks so much! Best of luck in your applications.

  • LogicianLogician Alum Member Sage
    edited September 2021 2453 karma

    @"galactic law" So happy to hear that! and thank you! best of luck in your studying/applications.

  • BrickbyBrick22BrickbyBrick22 Monthly Member
    edited September 2021 162 karma

    This was one of the most insightful conversations I have heard thus far as I am studying and trying to reconfigure my methods. I really connected with @Logician because I am struggling with the plateaus and getting lost in the path to choose. Thank you!

  • JC to JDJC to JD Alum Member
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    Way to kick ass Logician! This was very insightful/helpful. The untimed sections followed by decreasing time increments seems to be the exercise/solution I have been looking for. Thanks again for the insight and best of luck through the application process!

  • LogicianLogician Alum Member Sage
    2453 karma

    @"JC to JD" said:
    Way to kick ass Logician! This was very insightful/helpful. The untimed sections followed by decreasing time increments seems to be the exercise/solution I have been looking for. Thanks again for the insight and best of luck through the application process!

    @CantHurtMe said:
    This was one of the most insightful conversations I have heard thus far as I am studying and trying to reconfigure my methods. I really connected with @Logician because I am struggling with the plateaus and getting lost in the path to choose. Thank you!

    Glad to hear it helped!!

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