How to move from 140s initial score to 160s

mikael
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How to move from 140s initial score to 160s

Postby mikael » Sat Jan 02, 2010 3:28 pm

I just did my first LSAT exam and has a score in the 140s after a 2-3 week preparation, was just gauging to see how well i can adapt to the exam. Now I am serious and would wish to aim for scores in the highs of 160s possibly 170. I plan to sit for the June session. Advice?

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Re: How to move from 140s initial score to 160s

Postby pattymac » Sat Jan 02, 2010 4:08 pm

Powerscore Bibles, 25-30 preptests (newest ones), Kaplan Mastery, LSAT Superprep is what you need.

Do the logic bible first, review all the games, maybe by "10 official Tests" and do the games from there.

Then work through each chapter of the Logical Reasoning Bible and use the question types in the Mastery book as practice.

Take lots of preptests after the bibles and keep your head down!!!!! Three hours a day is working for me right now, as soon as my brain starts to shut down, I'll take a break or call it quits. Seems like this is happening less and less often, thus stamina is most likely increasing!

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Re: How to move from 140s initial score to 160s

Postby bloustmaster » Sun Jan 09, 2011 11:31 am

start thinking like a skeptic. don't be so gullible. Do advice above.


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