allison34363 wrote:crossingforHYS wrote:redrdstr wrote:I don't mean to hijack your thread but I figure it would be better to ask my question in here instead of a new thread.
I got a 156 in December with a pretty pathetic score breakdown (LG: -1, LR: -21, RC: -12).
I have been "studying" for a few months and I typically hit -0 on LG, -5 per LR section and -7 to -10 on RC, which usually throws me around the low to mid 160's.
I cancelled in Sept and I put too much pressure on myself for December, hence the terrible score.
What would a good study plan be for me? I'm thinking about moderately studying focused on RC through to March/April and then picking up the pace through to June.
Hopefully this time, it'll just start to click, I'm praying for a 170 in June (BSEE with a 3.4, Aiming for BU, BC, reaching for NU and super reaching for NYU )
why don't you follow pithy pikes study guide, it should be stickied. I heard a lot of good things on this forum about his study method, or simply take/borrow a course's study method.
Can you like to pithypike's study guide?
It's stickied in the LSAT Prep forum.