In other news, this is the first time I have looked at this site in awhile on a regular computer and not my kindle which is really small and black and white. I thought outlook's avatar was two glowing trash bags lol.
Haha yeah surfing on subpar equipment on the margins of the civilized world is great. I was in Budapest a few days ago and they replaced all of the Z's with Y's and other fun tricks, and their internet cafes seem to emulate the city's famous steamy Turkish Baths--sweaty and packed to the gills with red-faced hairy men. Imagine writing several important e-mails under those conditions. But nothing--NOTHING--compares to Riddled Basins. Or Snakes and Lizards. Or Two Teams of Jugglers. So actually I kept my cool, haha. Thanks LSAT!!
So I took pt 59 and it was not that great but not as bad as I thought it might be with my over a week break for the holidays
Seeing as I have not even looked at LR in a long time I am not too upset. I will be if it continues
Not really suprised my the RC. It was a shitshow from the begining. My pacing was waaayyy off and then I got distracted by the light sculpture section because I was an art history major and I found it interesting. Moral of the story is LSAT is no time to learn new things. Remember the topics and look them up later. Anyway by the time I got to the last part I only had 5min left to read and answer the questions and I missed 4 of them.
I am hoping LR is just because I have not practiced in a long time. If it continues it is back to drilling for me.
Although I was able to see where some of you talked about how wording is more specific in the newer tests.
LG. I cannot seem to prevent myself from making one mistake every test. If I could get this to a -0 that would really help if on test day I am thrown some hard ass RC.
How is everyone else doing? Eich? Outlook?
Had my second prep test with the Blueprint live class today. I had HUGE time management issues with LG, I didn't even get to the last game. I ended up +6 over my first prep test with them (cold diagnostic), but I'm aiming much higher than what I have now. To be fair, I didn't have the time/motivation over the holidays to work, so I completed much less than the recommended amount of homework. With just a bit over a month to go until the LSATs, I'm seriously considering just postponing to June
A month doesn't seem like enough time to hit the score I want.
Is anyone else panicking at the thought of only thirty more days to get to the score you want?
Hey guys. So I just read the thread up until here, and here is me catching-up: I have decided to postpone. I made this choice pretty much right after I logged that 174 on PT48. I'm just not hitting the scores I want. So I'm going to take it in June and I expect to wreck it... I'm talking high 170s here, maybe even a 180. That's my shit. I hear what some of you guys are saying about the 'postpone' bug and sapping confidence, but I started studying last August thinking that I would take it in October. TLS1776 (my idol) says that if you CAN wait, you should... I can, and so I will. I will still check in with you guys and shoot my encouragement, questions, and advice from the sidelines, though!
The backstory here is that I just got back from traveling for a couple weeks and I feel really loose and relaxed. I know that I can smash this test in the face, but its not going to happen without catching up on a few things. LR has gotten a lot better for me, and I think I'll eventually get that down to -1 or or so total (I am starting to see each Q. like a little Logic Game... which is good for me). LG should hover around -1 or -0 (I love them). I see RC moving to a -0, now that I will finally give it the attention it deserves. I have already put more than 4 months or so into this, and I'm not afraid to double that to get the score I want.
It has been really great learning from you guys and, secretly, competing. Without this forum I would have lost interest in this test months ago, haha. You're all great--crush this test!!!!!