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I was +1 on the real thing as compared to my average of the five exams I took just before the real thing. I was much higher if one goes all the way back to include all my PT's in the average. On the real exam, I just had greater concentration than in my practices. I finished each section at least five minutes early (and then went back to check over my answers), whereas with PT's, I always felt the time pressure. So, I don't really think my improvement was luck: rather, it was something that I would be able to do again if I took another official exam.
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I was about -5. 172 avg. 167 on the real thing. It was frustrating. I didn't have a bad test or get tripped up by a game or anything. I was just really nervous and not well rested. I got 14 questions wrong. 11 of those came in the first two sections of the test. Once I settled in, I rocked the remaining sections.
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I've mentioned my long and sordid history with the LSAT before, but I voted that it was the same just because my only PT immediately before the February test was PT 58, and I got the same score on that. A few months earlier, I did 57 and got 1 point lower.