This is awesome. Excellent advice LSAT Blog, goawaybee, mst, Dr. Strangelove and everyone else who had input on this topic. This is really helping me deal with the anxiety issues and in particular, goawaybee's advice hit home in regards to some of the personal issues that arise in these types of situations. It's been a bit of a reality check for me.
mz253 wrote:don't go through PT too much. I exhausted them very fast, which is no good. carefully analyze every question before you achieve a good understanding of different types of questions, especially for LR.
LG is O.K. they are sort of competitive, just keep repeating.
That's what I was doing during the 2 weeks I mentioned; I was taking one too many PT's and didn't analyze thoroughly all the mistakes I made. I was also feeling burned out too. As for the PT's, I can solve the LG's -there are some game types I'm better at than others. Linear games tend to be the easiest for me. Games with more rules are too. I didn't carefully analyze my LR wrong choices. Now that I've taken plenty of PT's in a 2 week time period, I think for the next two weeks I'm going to hold off on PT'ing to analyze wrong choices and to go through the PS Bibles again. I should probably be making a thorough assessment if I want to improve.
getitdone wrote:ohh u left them blank... how could u not at least guess.. i kno ur not allowed to write in a section after its overrrrr.. butttt heh
lol! I just wanted to play by the rules -that's all.
Great advice everyone! I hope I can join the 150'ish (diagnostic) group of people who made it to the 170's. Regardless, the general advice I'm receiving from all the posts taken together says to me, "forget about it". I think that's the attitude I'm going to take. This post has really helped me to assess what I'm doing wrong. Thanks again everyone and let's keep it coming.