I'd give $30,000 grand for the LSAT, if it was guaranteed to be the actual one.
30,000 grand = $30000000?
Hahah shit that's a lot of money. Not sure I could get a loan to cover that. "And what are you planning to use this 30 million dollars for, sir?"
When trying to take a loan that big out, you answer the question with "I'm spending the weekend in Vegas with Charlie Sheen" and they might be inclined to approve it! lol
Geetar Man wrote:
1. And nullify the value of the months I've spent studying? Hell no.
2. And secure a spot in my school of choice, the Best School, without actually having earned it? Hell no.
3. And act out of such dishonesty, when the truthful option is available and more fun? Hell no.
4. And doubt that I can do as well without having seen it beforehand. Hell no.
5. And count myself as entitled to such a sharp advantage while my brothers and sisters, who have taken the Correct route, may not get what they deserve, due to my dishonest actions? Hell no.
In short, my friend, Hell no, I would not look at it.
lmao, ethics nerd. The LSAT is so frustrating that I would love to see the damn thing beforehand. However, as for this type of action (doing things solely because I knew that I wouldnt be caught), I feel as if I would follow Lexleon and do the right thing (i.e., not cheat on my gf, not steal from a person/store, etc...). Therefore, I, too, am an ethics nerd for the most part.
Its the fucking LSAT we're talking about. Give me that sheeit.
I must endorse the above quotes. Doing it with honor and pride is the only way to go.
Yeah, I'm an ethics nerd too.
Several years ago my ExGF (she was not my GF at the time, just a girl that contacted me online on the LSD forum for tutoring. We talked on the phone a lot for several months to get her ready for the test after meeting in person once for tutoring, she lived out of state) visited her test site the day before the administration to know where to go since she frequently gets lost.
Her admission ticket had the room# on it so she went to it to check out the desks and stuff and called me from inside the room. There was a closet in the room she looked in. The box of test booklets/materials clearly labeled was inside the closet. She asked if she should open it and take one. I blew a gasket! and told her "F'k no, I'll report you if you do, don't touch it, GTFO of the room NOWWWW". Unlike months later when we started a relationship she actually listened to me that time. In hindsight it is surprising given that she turned out to be ethically and law abidingly challenged and very crazy, which is why I have a restraining order against her and several still pending criminal cases against her for crimes she committed against me that she has been failing to appear for and deal with for a few years now while racking up several more criminal charges and cases against herself for all sorts of stuff.
She botched the test the next day and canceled because, as she told me months later, she decided to pop a bunch of adderall shortly before checking in at the test center.
Anyway, as tempting as it may sound and be fun to joke about, cheating on the LSAT is not a joking matter and is an issue I take very seriously, I'm just that way. Do it with merit, PWN the test and own the score(s) you achieve, for better or for worse. That's my view.