bdeebs wrote:First of all, this is amazing. I almost had a heart attack from my excitement when I found this because I've been using a very primitive spreadsheet to track my progress without the trending options.
I'd like to see an option to categorize the test as either Timed or Not Timed, and then a trending option to look at either your timed tests, untimed tests, or both. I feel like inputting data for untimed tests is good in order to have more data about the types of questions I tend to get wrong, but I would like to be able to track the progress of my timed tests specifically as well. I've only just begun inputting data for the tests I've already taken, so I may have missed this feature in my initial overview of the program. If so, I apologize and I'm sure I will discover it soon.
Thank you so much for this resource.
Thanks for the feedback. I have so many changes to implement. I've really been slacking. I expected to have more downtime at work, but it's been killing me lately. I still have to update the exam to include the October test. Jesus.
The LSAT hasn't sent me the materials for December yet. Not sure what's up with that.
Anyway, I'll see what I can do tomorrow now that I'm somewhat ahead of my studies. At the very least I should be able to update the spreadsheet to include the October exam.