Saturday, September 30, 2006

Saturday night after the LSAT

The LSAT went well. Reading Comprehension was tough and according to Kaplan's Test Day Blog the logic games section that I felt was the harder of the two ended up being the real section while the easy section was the experimental. Given how heavily the LSAT is curved, that's probably a good thing for me as I'm pretty good at logic games.

I think I did well enough. And I rocked the writing sample.

As I waited for the test to begin, I found myself thinking about Happy Feminist and PG, both of whom did the law school applications thing not too terribly long ago and have offered valuable advice and more valuable support.

In other news, I feel like messing with the Chaliceblog's design again. We will see if I can ever find a design I really like. I don't have the cash to have one designed just yet, but we will see if I can get the Chaliceblog looking a little better.


PS. I've notived that my sidebar sometimes jumps to the bottom in Internet Explorer. Anybody know how to fix that?


Fern @ Life on the Balcony said...

Good luck with the LSAT, and more importantly, good luck in law school (from a lurker who just finished law school).

Chalicechick said...

Delurking is a beautiful thing. Welcome!


Fern @ Life on the Balcony said...

Heh. Yes it is. Well, it can be. It also means that I'm likely to get distracted from "work" to comment on your blog...

I think the sidebar is bumped to the bottom when you've got something in your sidebar that is too long.

Anonymous said...

Aw! Congratulations on taking that big step on your law school applications! And I love your new template.

Anonymous said...

Ditto what the Happy Feminist said :-)

I had the same experience with the logic games when I took the June 2003 LSAT -- the section I found more difficult turned out to be the real one (though in those days, I had to find out from my Kaplan tutor rather than a blog ;-)

Lise Johnston said...

Good luck on your LSAT. You should have received your scores by now and I hope that you did well. Now you can join the rest of us waiting for admissions results.