Is there something wrong with me?

<p>So...I'm in love with the LSAT. How shameful I know, but doing it is one of my guilty pleasures.</p>

<p>I am not a college student; in fact, I'm a high school junior who came across the LSAT Preptests at a college library. For curiosity's sake, I decided to try a test to compare it to the SAT.</p>

<p>I'm hooked! These logic and analytic deductive and inductive skill evoking questions are so much fun. They should make the SAT more like this! I especially like the logical reasoning section- tackling arguments has always been something of my interest, and for some of the particularly tough ones, the answers were mind-blowing. I'm kind of slow at the analytic reasoning section but I'm slowly gaining speed and improving at it, while having more and more fun with it each time I take it. </p>

<p>Am I the only one who does this? Even if you're not a high schooler, is it normal to think the LSAT is actually quite...a fun test?</p>

<p>Haha, a lot of people enjoy prepping for the LSAT. As counterintuitive as it might seem, the fact that it's challenging and really tests the limits of one's reasoning ability makes it fun, like a sudoku puzzle or brain teaser. Getting good at this exam and being willing to put in the time really requires you to appreciate the complexity and strange beauty of it. This article has some thoughts along these lines, with a goofy homage to Dr. Strangelove:</p>

<p>LSAT</a> Logic Games Tips and Tricks</p>

<p>concentrate your activities on things that will benefit you now.</p>

<p>if you are not sufficiently challenged, take AP courses, or take an extra high school course on line.</p>

<p>@2011 Hopeful- Thank you for the wonderful link. And thanks for giving me some comfort ahahaha. </p>

<p>@FloridaDad- Already taking 7 APs this year and doing AP EnviroSci/Psych online. LSAT is my guilty pleasure ;) </p>

<p>I had so much "fun" with riddled basins of attractions. One freak-show of a question set if there was one.</p>