OklahomasOK wrote:The further away I get, the better I feel. June was a bitch for me, I always felt some uneasy optimism as I got closer to the release date. I knew I did just OK then but held out for some nonexistent miracle.
October was a different animal for me, everything clicked. I bombed June games, but on October, I diagrammed everything correctly the first try, even artifacts. I had ~8 minutes left to go back and double check almost all of the difficult questions, I'm sure I missed no more than 1 on LG. The first LR was exceptionally simple, I'm confident I missed no more than -3 or -4. RC is kinda a crap shoot, I missed -3 on June, which is great, but I felt terrible about it. I feel pretty good about this one, so -5 at worst. Second LR was a bit tougher, but anything more than -4 is over estimating my mistakes.
Worst case I get -13 to -15 which put me above a 165, which would make me very happy. Best case I'm sitting low 170's.
I'm right there with you. I only had a little trouble with the track team game...guessed on two of them. I took about twelve practice tests in the week leading up to the LSAT, usually missing around 5 on RC. However, I felt really good about this test's RC. I could've missed a couple inference questions but RC went well overall. LR seemed like a piece of cake. It's always been my strongest section--missed 3 or less on most of my PTs. I guessed on one question and I feel like I got the rest right. Shakespeare--easy. Cars--easy. Rainforest--easy. I guessed on the formal logic game that was in the last three or four questions on one of the sections. It seemed so simple, but, for some reason, I just couldn't make sense out of it.
Worst case: -10
Best case: -3
Depending on the curve, I could be looking at a sweet score.