Noodley, I scored 166 on the October test, just slightly above my 165.5 average of 14 tests (52-66). It was not ideal in terms of my sleeping patterns or concentration (I forgot to fill in 2 spots and was too paranoid to even bubble guess them in later, in case the proctors saw me filling in a different column- even if my booklet was open to the right page)
I went -6 on RC- horribly for what had been my best section.
-6 on LG, I think I could have done better, leading up to the test I was really starting to 'get' the games through lots of repetition and drilling. Zones should have been easier, I stupidly wasted a lot of time on the earlier games for guaranteed points.
-6 on LR combined.
I'm hoping to use your guide, it looks awesome. I didn't use the drilling packets, or divided LR sections before the test which I think hurt me. I wasn't using a bible/method either, as I found powerscores LR bible unhelpful.
At this point, with a month to go, do you recommend I study the Manhattan LR/LG guide? I plan to put in approx. 1.5-3 hours/day as my schedule admits, and I'm unsure whether or not I should commit the time to fully absorbing the full book when I could spend it drilling LG/revewing LR sections.
In terms of my material remaining, I haven't yet looked at the full pts of 39-51, or RC from 28-51. I'll probably reuse or at least heavily review 52-67 as well.