motiontodismiss wrote:I got up to 166/165 before I burned out in a blaze and took like 3 days off of studying for the LSAT. I'm officially afraid for my PT scores. It'll probably be in the lower 160s. Sigh.
This sucks. I've lost all motivation, now that I have some belief in my head about a viable option B.
I understand that. I studied for about two months straight completely fired up the whole time. Recently it's gotten substantially more difficult to get myself motivated.
Took PT 48 this past weekend, untimed, four sections, surrounded by hyper dogs.
But does it matter if it's untimed and only four sections long? Not really.
I think I've gotten to a roadblock in my motivation, because I don't know how to improve from here. Any mistakes in LG and RC come from impatience (which I can totally work on). However, my discouraging mistakes are usually in the harder LR's, and it's always that I fall for the "shell game" answer. I don't know if it's a matter of needing to read more closely or what. I would like to try to get myself in the mindset of looking for the ways that testmakers are trying to trick you, thereby being able to eliminate answers more quickly and efficiently.
Oh well. If this doesn't pan out, there's always June.