Diagnostic

vandy2012
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Diagnostic

Postby vandy2012 » Sat Mar 13, 2010 12:04 am

150 LSAT decent diagnostic score for college sophomore? Any thoughts from people who have taken diagnostics and are in the process of studying for an upcoming LSAT

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Re: Diagnostic

Postby typ3 » Sat Mar 13, 2010 12:49 am

A little reading on the forum before posting would be a good idea. I swear every week there are a thousand of these same threads asking if this diagnostic was good etc. A breakdown is better than saying what your score was. I would say getting every question in LR right + 9 in RC and missing every LG question would have a better chance at 180 than someone missing across the board because there would be fewer concepts to learn and LG is very learnable.

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Re: Diagnostic

Postby vandy2012 » Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:02 am

31 LR, 17 RC, 11 LG... How did one, beginning with similar LR scores, find the concepts taught by PS or TM for improving logical reasoning? My errors were all across the board in the LR obviously

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Re: Diagnostic

Postby typ3 » Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:10 am

Read the pscore bibles over the summer. Drill their concepts. Improve your vocab and keep your gpa up. Worry about getting on a serious prep schedule in the fall- assuming you're taking the June 2011 lsat.




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