Okay so I scored a 163 in June 2010 after about 4 weeks of mild preparation. I feel like I can do much better. I scored -5 on the LG, -10 on the LR and -6 on the RC.
I went through each bible in about a week each last time and I hope to try it again more thoroughly this time.
I currently have these materials:
-All three bibles
-Practice Tests 7-38 except 8 and 17
-Princeton Review Cracking the LSAT
I plan on getting the 10 most recent LSATs and working all of those.
But right now I was thinking about doing something like this:
-Take the first 9 days and work half section each (2 LGs, about 13 LRs, and 2 RC passages) and review. Keep track of trends on which type of questions I miss and on Day 10, review each question I missed thoroughly and reference back to the bibles for help.
-Read several uninteresting articles from WSJ, The Economist, etc, daily.
-Work a 5-section, timed full LSAT test every 5 days (8 complete tests), and on the four days in between them, continue to work half sections as in the first month.
Tell me what I should revise in this plan and any ideas for the second month.. looking for a decent transition between working full preptests and just doing half sections daily. I actually have more time daily to devote to the LSAT the first two months than the last 40 days, but I feel like I need to remain fresh towards the end. I lost a lot of my edge on the LGs this past test.
Thanks in advance and I've had fun reading TLS for the past couple of months.
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