AssumptionRequired wrote:almostfamous wrote:I came in with a TON of science credits from high school and so kind of naturally stayed in the sciences. By the time I realized how bad of a decision this was, I was already a good bit of the way done with my major so just stuck it out. I do think having to read lots of science journals and textbooks, etc. helped me on the LSAT though.
From what ive seen those who read ALOT whether it be for fun/free time or school seem to do much better on the LSAT as their RC starts high. The other 2 parts of the test are VERY easy to improve on. Really your cold diagnostic doesnt mean anything about your score. Its how much you missed on certain sections. Like me, RC killed my diag so i was auto screwed, but if you miss none on RC and games owns you then your score can increase dramatically with the right teaching
Not true at all for me. I almost never read and got a -2 on the RC. I don't think how much you read correlates much to RC section since how much you read doesn't really correlate to how fast you can process and retain the information you read. Some people just genuinely enjoy reading but wouldn't be good at it under the conditions which the LSAT is given.