Good for you. I feel the same way, though it took (thankfully just) a semester for me to figure that out.applied, accepted, and shorty before beginning, returned to my original interest in medicine. best decision i've ever made.
mellantro said:I'm curious--if you are good at standardized Verbal sections (say your strong points were SAT and MCAT verbal), will you find the LSAT relatively easy?
Unfortunately whatever crack they were smoking is now over 4 years old.What crack are you people smoking? People rarely improve on the RC section of the LSAT. Reading Comprehension is determined by your background in English and years of development through school. RC does not improve. You can't really practice for the RC section of the LSAT.
Yes, it's pure evil. Most importantly, no matter how much I practiced, I never got any better at the things. You either see certain deductions up front, or you don't. There is no time for POE, working out possibilities, etc.For what it's worth,
I remember reading one of EK's posts that if you run out of MCAT material, LSAT verbal is the closest to it. I've read LSAT passages from my friend's prep stuff and it looks pretty close.
Wow that 'games' section of the LSAT sucks.......