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Re: LSAT 154 Cold

Postby kinch » Fri Feb 05, 2010 9:01 pm

That sounds like a very reachable goal, given that LG is the easiest section to improve upon.

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Re: LSAT 154 Cold

Postby nsideirish » Fri Feb 05, 2010 9:10 pm

Step 1. Buy the Powerscore Logic Games Bible

Step 2. Work thorough said Bible.

Step 3. Watch You LG score vastly improve.

Step 4. Repeat until satisfied with LG score.

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Re: LSAT 154 Cold

Postby Andrew the Wolverine » Fri Feb 05, 2010 9:11 pm

It's absolutely possible, as long as you study hard and maintain your focus consistently. I took the test cold, got a 151, and my logic games section score was 7/23. Now I am averaging 1 wrong at most per section, and PTing around 170. Work hard, and your goal is definitely realistic.

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Re: LSAT 154 Cold

Postby Bigred2008 » Fri Feb 05, 2010 9:22 pm

Thanks,

I was just worried, because I have just started the PS LG book, and everyone on this forum raves about it. I haven't gotten to the part of the book applicable to lsat, just basics about blocks and reversal, and I didnt know if it would make that much of a possible impact in my score.

But thanks a lot, and I will keep plugging away and working on PTs.

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Re: LSAT 154 Cold

Postby JasonR » Sat Feb 06, 2010 1:26 am

Bigred2008 wrote:So I just finished with the June 07' PT and my raw score was 68, and I am planning on taking the June Lsat. I basically was killed with the logic games, but got about 6 or so wrong in LR/RC, mostly was able to narrow it down to two choices and picked the wrong one every single time.

I am wondering, is it realistic to get this to a 167-170 or so by the time the June Lsat rolls around?


As others have said, that's not a far-fetched goal at all. Having LG as your worst section is the best place to start out, since it's the easiest area to improve.

Bigred2008 wrote:Also, I travel a lot for work, so I find it hard carving out set times to study even though I'm averaging 15 hours a week. Did any you find changing the study schedule every week negatively affected you.


No. If you're studying 15 hours a week at this point, you're going to be in great shape.

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Re: LSAT 154 Cold

Postby Sean Bateman » Sat Feb 06, 2010 1:32 am

you will be fine. i was in the same situation. do a lot of practice on logic games. they will just "click" before june. good luck




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