Congrats, coldshoulder! I thought PT29 and 30 were really hard. Even though I didn't take them as full PTs (I used their sections as experimentals in other PTs), I got my two lowest composite raw scores on 29 and 30. PT29 had some really tough LRs!
Eich: thanks for the tip, but I ended up taking SP B anyway. I felt as though if I took today off, I'd go off on a slippery slope of laziness. I find the my lack of faith in myself disturbing, but I'm not taking risks with LSAT prep.
LRe (PT39 S2): -2
Wow, did not see that -5 in RC coming. I thought the section felt easier than usual.
The legal penalties passage (in which I got 4/7) had some tricky questions.
Consecutive LRs is so brutal. Luckily I didn't do too badly on the experimental LR (got all the Qs I felt unsure about right, though I got 2 others wrong), but I know stamina is something I need to work on. I think from now on, every time I use an experimental LR, I'll place it so that it comes immediately before or after a non-exp LR. (EDIT: actually, never mind. I need to train myself to be able to do LR-RC-LR and LR-LG-LR as well.)
Qs I got wrong in LR1: 21, 23, 25, 26. Hmm, not good.
And boy, that LG was tough. It's definitely not for the faint of heart, especially Game 2. However, I knew it was going to be tough so I rushed it a little, choosing answers without being 100% sure of them like I usually do. For example, in LG I usually quickly check over an answer if I can immediately come up with an alternative method of deriving the solution. This time, I skipped that and rushed through the section AQAP. I also did not bother eliminating other ACs if I thought I had found TCR. I actually ended 2 minutes early.
Overall, very happy with LG, not so happy with LR1 and RC. And to think, I got 7 questions wrong within two periods each spanning ~6 minutes. Also, my enthusiasm is tempered by the fact that my raw score is still not where I want it to be, and if it weren't for the very tough LG making the test a difficult one overall (and probably making the curve more lenient), I probably would have gotten a lower scaled score.