edgarfigaro wrote:I wouldn't tell people to follow my regime, because all I did was go through the Powerscore LG bible and took 20 tests under actual conditions. However, I do believe that the #1 thing you can do is to chill out before the test. 3 days before, I completely stopped doing anything related to the LSAT. The day before, I went by the test center to check out the parking/making sure I knew how to get there. Then I played a game of golf and watched a movie. I stayed in a hotel the night before, made sure to ask for the quietest room they had, and got a good night's sleep. Got up, went to Bojangles for a champion's breakfast (a bacon egg and cheese biscuit, an order of biscuits and gravy, and iced tea), did a logic game, and drove to the center.
Also, I suggest you look for center reviews...my friend's first take was utterly ridiculous- the center had one clock for 4 class rooms, the proctors screwed up the timing and gave the wrong directions, and location was extremely noisy.
I think the test center and your mindset on test day are huge variables that could easily make a +5 or -5 difference. The value of months of hard studying can be diminished pretty hard by being burnt out or poorly rested on test day, or picking a test center that ended up having construction outside or shitty chairs and AC.
Props on handle/avatar btw