I have a friend that I'm thinking is an LSE but not sure because I actually never met one. I have had her as ESI or at least an F type at first but just today I thought about LSE.
She is tall, attractive and refined. Wears very tradional clothes (more than other girls) that suits her well and her posture is always upright, she have this aura of confidence. Her clothes are always neat and is very careful about her stuff. She talks to other girls, laugh and all but doesn't really let them get close. She practices Judo and is quite athletic yet she looks feminine.
When we first met in the library, she told me if I can start studying with her to be more productive. I didn't respond to her because I didn't want to become friends with her and later if I didn't like it, I would just stop studying with her and also I was still getting to know other girls, to see who I'm more compatible with.
2 months passed or so, then I actually wanted to start studying with her because I found myself wasting a lot of time. So I called her and we started meeting almost everyday day to study. And it was really great. She organizes the place we study in, she instill in me the desire to study and motivation, for example, whenever we want to solve a problem, I just think about how to solve it, but she always tell me to apply and then I just do it and she is also at the same time trying to solve it or doing something else.
we work very well together. I've definitely became more productive thanks to her. At first, she was quite careful around me, like once I asked her a personal question, she tried to avoid answering so I didn't again, but later she alone started telling me personal stuff about her (and we started wasting time again haha). She works hard and likes people who work hard too, she often mention them and ask them about the way they can be that productive. She also doesn't like to lie or copy the work of someone else just to raise her grade (like majority do in our university). I also noticed that she tests people's principles a lot. She doesn't have other interests except sport and mastering what she studies.
So my question after all this, is she LSE? If not, what is an LSE girl like?