I am preparing for the February LSAT. However, I am currently stuck in the funk of a 150-153, largely in part to my performance on the Logical Reasoning sections. (My ultimate goal is Rutgers Camden). On RC and LG, I get 4 to 6 wrong respectively (I obviously know I could improve on these, however I am fine with this for now), but on the LR, I can get 10+ wrong sometimes.
When I do individual problems, for instance, 10 assumption questions, I can more than likely get 80% to 90%, but when it comes to actual practice tests, I get them wrong. What can be done? I feel as if, I am not really "READING" this question, or I feel as if I don't have enough time to draw out a diagram or just a few notes as to what is actually going on in the question itself.
I have a figured out a good way to study/practice the LG and have found a nice method for doing RC, however, my LR needs MAJOR help.
Thanks in advance to anyone who responds,