I registered for the June 2010 LSAT. I started studying after school got out for me a couple weeks ago. I scored 160 on the first practice exam, and that was with more time than I'm allowed, so it was probably even lower than 160.
After two weeks, yesterday, I was able to bring my score up to 166, and finished every section on time. Section by section breakdown went LR: -4 LG: -0 RC: -4 LR: -4
I am studying LR with Powerscore, but I'm not sure how much that's helping me right now, I haven't really used anything the book taught me on my practice exams. The improvement thus far has just come due to experience and building familiarity with timing and questions.
I have a little less than 3 weeks left. I brought my score up from below 160 two weeks ago to the 163-164 range last week and now 166 at the start of this week.
If I keep doing what I'm doing, is 170 in June plausible? Or should I forget it and just do more studying to ensure a 170 and take it in October?
I know these threads are really common, but if anyone can provide input for my case, it would be greatly appreciated.
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If I were you i would add in an experimental section. Taking a full test with experimental is a lot more difficult then just taking four sections. This will then give you a more accurate prediction on what your score may look like on test day
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