Back with a vengeance after two full days of rest.
RCe (PT24): -1
LR1 felt very easy. Pacing was great, a welcome change from the past few LR sections. EDIT: Turns out, the -1 is due to misbubbling. This crap cost me a 180?!? (Raw -2 = 180.) I haven't lost a point to misbubbling in a long time. Annoyed and happy at the same time.
LG started off badly; I misdiagrammed a rule and didn't realize it until Q2, and had to start all over again. In Game 2, I struggled with an extremely obvious question because I didn't diagram a global rule properly. I actually had to skip this question and come back to it at the end. I had basically no time to check over answers, which definitely shouldn't happen in a games section with two pure sequencing games.
RCe was very easy except the fake art passage, which was medium.
LR2 was much harder than LR1. I marked three questions (7, 18, 20) as unsure and barely had time to review them. I changed the answer to one of them, but I actually would have gotten that one right had I not changed it.
But I obviously changed my answer for a reason, so I need to study that question carefully.
RC was relatively easy, though passage 1 and 3 had some tough questions. I did pace extremely well (bubbled in the last question with 5 minutes left
). I used all that extra time to review my answers. At the last second I had a sudden insight and decided to read through one of the questions one last time even though time was up. I ultimately changed my answer, and--you guessed it--my original answer was right. So under a generous proctor I would have gotten -2 in this section.
It feels so good to come back on a solid score. I'd lost a lot of confidence in my LR pacing on the last PT so it's good to put that behind me. I now know better than to do review on my off days. When I'm off, I'm off, period. I probably shouldn't even be thinking about the LSAT or visiting the forums.