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I scored a 146 on my initial practice test and started getting in the low 150's but Im taking the Oct LSAT next month and was wondering whether it's realistic to expect a 10-15 point increase within a month? I work full-time so I am usually able to study for 2-3 hours on a weekday and about 8 hours on the weekends. Also, do you think it's efficient to hire a private tutor or to study on your own. My sister is taking a Kaplan class right now so I have access to all of her review books including PT's. I'm nervous about the time constraint. Thanks guys!
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Patriot1208 wrote:Get the bibles, but to really answer your question, no it's probably not realistic for another 10-15 point jump in the next month. You may consider holding off till the december test.
If I were you I wouldn't jump into a score that doesn't fully show what I'm capable of. It's better to lose a couple more months than to rush into the October test with inadequate preparation.