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Re: Contemplating a retake; where to start after 165 in June '11

Postby dkb17xzx » Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:54 pm

LR seems to be your weak point and focusing on it can improve your range. Get the Manhattan LSAT LR. That will help you considerably. Also, go through Velocity LSAT's LR videos - they do help clarify some stuff. I would further suggest buying the Cambridge LR packets and drilling them in July.

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Re: Contemplating a retake; where to start after 165 in June '11

Postby rabbitrun » Fri Jun 29, 2012 5:24 am

I had a similar situation, and also a 165 the first time. I think you will find that you actually retained more than you think. I actually didn't show any drop in PTs after not looking at anything LSAT related in about 6 months or so. I used the Bibles both times (I'll see how that worked out in a bit). You definitely need to change the way you study, but I would only change testing companies if one seems better. Shop around a little before you commit to changing companies.




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