February 2011 Test Prep

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February 2011 Test Prep

Postby briggslj » Sat Oct 09, 2010 11:37 pm

Let's ROCK this test!

When are you going to start prep:
Goal Score:

Best of luck to every one trying to get a GREAT LSAT score!

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Re: February 2011 Test Prep

Postby whitefeather2011 » Sun Oct 10, 2010 12:40 am

If you're taking in February for the first time, you should start studying now. Leave it till later and you'll find yourself regretting it come test day.
Also, if you're applying this cycle, I strongly recommend taking in December rather than February.

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Re: February 2011 Test Prep

Postby duckz » Sun Nov 07, 2010 8:56 am

I am trying to get this exam set up here at Bagram Afghanistan since the June exam will conflict with my redployment home, right now the education center on base is not offering the Feb exam, but I am studying anyways hoping they will.

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Re: February 2011 Test Prep

Postby starrydreamz3 » Sun Nov 07, 2010 8:59 am

Probably retaking in February. Going to start studying in depth in December. I just want to get a few points higher to get some scholarship money if/when I reapply next cycle.

Current: 170
Goal: I can has 174?

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Re: February 2011 Test Prep

Postby Ginj » Sun Nov 07, 2010 9:56 am

Started studying in late September for the February test to apply next cycle or the following one.

Study materials: All three bibles, 20 page outline, 35 PT's.

Diagnostic: 155

Current: 169

Goal: 175-180


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Re: February 2011 Test Prep

Postby minnbills » Sun Nov 07, 2010 12:11 pm

Oct: 162
Previous: PT avg: 165. Range of 159-172.
Goal: 170.


Do the LR and RC bibles, redo LG bible.

I've only taken 2 of the most recent 20 PTs, so I'm going to take those starting after thanksgiving. In the meantime, finish the bibles, review and finish some older tests, drill LR and LG 'til they sink in.

My goal for prep is to start hitting consistently in the 170s. Also, I need to perfect LG. I tend to miss 5-7 per section and it kills my score.


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Re: February 2011 Test Prep

Postby motiontodismiss » Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:12 pm

When are you going to start prep: Started in August
Course/Self-Study: Knewton course, Self-study with PS/Atlas books, Tutoring if needed
Books: Atlas
Method: 2 PrepTests a week. Work on one section each day of post-test review (incidentally, there are 3). Redo wrong questions and write out explanations. Do some extra practice drills.
Goal Score: 175

Current PT range: last two 160 (37), 159 (38)

BTW first time taker, was originally scheduled for December but pulled the trigger on postponing. My weakest points are time on RC and LG, I have yet to finish either one of those sections on a PT. I'm within acceptable range for LR although I'd like to get it to -3 or so combined to give me maximum room to get questions wrong on RC. -3 LR, perfect LG and -8 RC is still a -11 and a 170 most of the time. I just want a score with a 7 in the tens place. If I get that, I'm done for good.

My best performances so far have been: -5 LG (37), -5 excluding 3 misbubbles LR (38), -7 RC (37 I think). If law schools "superscored" like in college I'd have a score in the upper 160s lol.

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