Retaking Study Methods?

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jeremychristiansen

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Retaking Study Methods?

Postby jeremychristiansen » Thu Apr 01, 2010 10:04 am

I studied a lot for the Feb LSAT and got a 161. I was pretty nervous on test day and it took my score down at least 4 or 5 points from where I was in my practice exams before. I kind of want to retake, but the problem is that I don't have any more full practice tests. I used them all up in my studies. Does anyone know of a good way to study your used material that would help me improve just 4 or 5 points?

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Re: Retaking Study Methods?

Postby nycparalegal » Thu Apr 01, 2010 11:56 am

jeremychristiansen wrote:I studied a lot for the Feb LSAT and got a 161. I was pretty nervous on test day and it took my score down at least 4 or 5 points from where I was in my practice exams before. I kind of want to retake, but the problem is that I don't have any more full practice tests. I used them all up in my studies. Does anyone know of a good way to study your used material that would help me improve just 4 or 5 points?



Why don't you buy new tests and then break them up and mix and match the sections?



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