I was averaging 157-160 on test preps in 2008.
After probably the worst panic attack known to man on the Dec exam, I bombed. I see many people say they got 160+ scores I am curious to know what their starting scores were....
Anyways I really tanked to a score that I couldn't even apply with, 139 (my mom still believes some school out there will take me because of my grades I know differently). Anyways I have since taken a year off and plan to take the exam in October. Is it possible for me to get in the 165+ range. My current plan of action is to study 2-3 hours per day six days a week, with 1 prep test per week up until 2 months prior and then 3 test per week during the final month. I don't have a job, kids, but I am in grad school full-time my courses well let's just say I have a lot of free time on my hands.
Is it possible for me to reach my goal score?
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I think it's possible--it sounds your score really was a fluke. Try to really practice sections with 35 minute limits, and get used to the LSAT marathon length...and I think you should get a better score that reflects what your real abilities are.