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As this week’s LSAT-Flex concludes, test takers throughout the US and Canada naturally wonder what to make of their experience, and are eager to hear more about the experiences of others. To aid in that, this thread allows you to provide general feedback about your test, and will serve as a one-stop repository for all of the details that PowerScore users submit.

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Anyone get the junior/senior/moderator/translator game?

Mod note: Edited to remove game type! Topics are fine, game types are not :-D
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 tj2222
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Ugh, I remember that game! Totally surprised me

Rc wasn't easier either

Mostly I'm blanking on Lr and the questions. I remember a few topics like one on diabetes and a shrimp one I think, and had one about people being falsely convicted but hoping someone else with those can remind me of more! Ugh why can't I ever remember questions on the real tests :(
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 Tbird624
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yes and I was not mentally prepared for one of the games. another was artists supervising the paintings. The sports and arts passage was very tough. LR was either a bit easier or im really getting a hang of it. Im a bit upset that I left a point or two on the board not leaving time to guess on the 6-7 remaining lr Qs. :) the test mentality webinar really help with the analytical calm focused phrase. I feel like this was a really difficult test compared to the practices tests.


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 Tbird624
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I forgot to ask was anyone else allowed to use 5 pieces of scratch paper? I though it was two but the proctor and instructions said 5.
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Tbird624 wrote: Sat Feb 20, 2021 7:49 pm I forgot to ask was anyone else allowed to use 5 pieces of scratch paper? I though it was two but the proctor and instructions said 5.
5 is the norm :)
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Tbird624 wrote: Sat Feb 20, 2021 7:26 pm yes and I was not mentally prepared for one of the games. another was artists supervising the paintings. The sports and arts passage was very tough. LR was either a bit easier or im really getting a hang of it. Im a bit upset that I left a point or two on the board not leaving time to guess on the 6-7 remaining lr Qs. :) the test mentality webinar really help with the analytical calm focused phrase. I feel like this was a really difficult test compared to the practices tests.


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Sounds like you did pretty well though, despite a difficulty or two (which is normal). Congrats on getting through it!
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I thought reading comp was a little harder than usual... the passages themselves I thought were pretty smooth reads, but there were a bunch of questions where I could not make a happy decision (so either I was missing some nuance in the passages, or the questions were literally just harder). Anybody else feel like that?

Is it kosher to mention a particular passage as feeling harder/having harder questions?
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Yea I agree with you Owen. Smooth reads tough questions.
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bhsbull17 wrote: Sat Feb 20, 2021 12:46 pm Anyone get the junior/senior/moderator/translator game?

Mod note: Edited to remove game type! Topics are fine, game types are not :-D
That one threw a little wrench in the works. :-D

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