Kabuo wrote:176 in Feb after taking every released prep test and reading the bibles.
I got same score with same study strategy. I think that its a very good one. (strategy)
sstufken wrote:I scored a 156 on my first diagnostic (I went to one of those proctored ones at Kaplan). I only had about a month before my test date in Dec... so I didn't take a class and bought the Powerscore Logic Games Bible instead (best $60 ever spent). I scored a 163 on my actual LSAT but only went through the book about 2 weeks prior (it was during finals, etc). You should be fine as long as you are willing to put in 2-3 hours a day for a few weeks.
labballin24 wrote:This is gonna sound ridiculous, but becuase of my senior thesis and finals I only studied for a week.
1st diag: 165
Actual Test: 164
All done in the span of 1 week.
Kabuo wrote:It is ridiculous, but it would be more ridiculous if you were one of those moronic people who say they will not consider a retake. Pretty sure you hit mid 170s with a good amount of studying and a retake. You're not one of those people, right?
Kurst wrote:What was your diagnostic and what was your actual score?
Diagnostic to LSAT
Who's had a low diagnostic but a high LSAT score?
Diagnostic LSAT--How representative is it?
Survey - Original Diagnostic vs. Actual Score
Diagnostic vs. Actual Score?
What was your first LSAT diagnostic score
Can you add 10 points to your LSAT score?
What is the best improvement on your LSAT scores
NEED to improve LSAT score 20 POINTS--what to do?
How much can you improve?