I'm taking the LSAT October 1st. Have worked my way completely through the Powerscore LG Bible and partially through the LR Bible (should be done in the next few days). I have also taken 5 PTs (#29-33) since I began studying in the beginning of August.
I'm happy with where my scores are but would like to see another consistent 2-3 point improvement. I need to work on my stamina, so I decided to split up one of the remaining tests and do 4 more 5-section PTs. However I would definitely like to do more PTs before my test date.
My question is: does anyone know if the most recent Official LSAT Preptests book (52-61) contains the 5-section format- do they include the experimental section? I understand this is a relatively new format. If not, is it worth buying the 10 additional tests and splitting them up into 8 5-section tests, thus leaving me with 12 more tests to take before test date?
If anyone has any thoughts or advice, I'd appreciate it! Thanks!
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KatieKatKat wrote:I have that book, and it doesn't have the 5 section format. I just add an additional section from one of the earlier tests to prep myself for the additional 35 minutes on test day.
I do this as well and highly recommend it. Also, do your "experimental section" first or in the middle (just not last). This way your score will reflect your stamina through 5 sections, not just 4 sections.
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