am060459 wrote:the lsat is learnable.
case in progress, i started with a 134 on my diag and recently took a couple of PT and am scoring around 155ish. this is around 20 points and i dont consider myself done yet.
study smart not hard. good luck.
I will be interested in hearing how you do when you take the actual exam, I would love to see someone report a 30 point increase on this board, I think I've only seen one. good luck.
Also out of curiosity what have you been doing to improve your score?
i plan on taking the june lsat. i was registered for december but decided to postone. my target score is 165+ but im willing to settle for 1 to 2 points lower.
well i started off with a 134 so i was doing bad everywhere, obviously. as of right now my break down, on average, is -3 for LG, -15 (collectively) for LR and -12 for RC.
i took a TM course and that help me with LG and LR (mostly LG but nothing for RC). i've done the LRB and some of LG and RC bible. as of right now im tackling the sections individually on a question by question (passge or game) basis. for LR im tackling the question types first and then moving to timed sections. for LG im doing a random mix of games to stay current with my mindset. as for RC im do 10 passages a week. RC is giving me the most problems. the RC bible is helping out but i still need lots of work with RC.
thanks and i will be posting my improvement in JUNE with a possible outline for others like me on how to improve and study.