What to do next: Completed all released LSATs

cward66
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What to do next: Completed all released LSATs

Postby cward66 » Wed Nov 16, 2011 12:02 pm

I was just wondering if anyone had any advice on how to continue studying, once you've taken all the released official lsats...
I have just been going back to ones that I started with, those most unfamiliar.
Is there any privately-produced lsat practice exams that are worth checking out, or would you just recommend that I continue to look at tests that I started with?
Thanks!

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Re: What to do next: Completed all released LSATs

Postby T00L » Wed Nov 16, 2011 12:15 pm

Get one of the "bibles." i.e. the logic games bible.

if you already have, get your logic textbook out and read it, if it makes you feel better.

if you've already done that, get a date. leave the house.

If you can't do that, rob a bank.

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Re: What to do next: Completed all released LSATs

Postby gaud » Wed Nov 16, 2011 12:36 pm

http://www.top-law-schools.com/forums/v ... 6&t=150072


^ credited.


just be sure to take into account that your scores will be a little inflated but other than that reusing exams will not hurt you whatsoever

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Re: What to do next: Completed all released LSATs

Postby cward66 » Wed Nov 16, 2011 1:22 pm

I should have given a little more background... I started studying for the Oct exam in the beginning of the summer, so its not that I went overboard, its just that I've been at this for a while (And I've done the bibles, and strongly recommend them to the everyone!)
Anyway, all my sections were strong on the Oct exam, except the reading comprehension (which also would have been a strong section, however, I shifted my answers... dumbest/most costly mistake of my life. ended up with a 10/27=complete score killer).
So now I'm just trying to stay sharp, and see some new material.
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Re: What to do next: Completed all released LSATs

Postby gaud » Wed Nov 16, 2011 1:25 pm

I can't say whether 'made-up' LSAT material is actually worthwhile because I have never used any of it.

If you're interested in sharpening your reading comp skills you could start reading things like The Economist and other 'dense' material.. also, for me personally, reading political jargon that I didn't agree with helped because it put me in a position to better spot the author's biases




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