chickpea wrote:AT9 wrote:Hey all,
I've taken 5 practice tests in the past 10/11 days and my raw score has been 77 three of the five times - the other two were 76. With the test 3 weeks from today, what's the best way to break out of this consistency and improve my score by a few points?
I'm weakest in LG and RC, so my plan is to study those the most and continue taking practice tests every couple of days. Beyond that, does anyone have any special tips (either on those sections specifically or overall) to improve in such a short time? My PT'S are around 160/161, and I'd really like to score mid 160's. Thanks!
I would take a break from PTs for a few day and do some major LG And RC drilling. The last time I took the LSAT I just took PT after PT and that didn't really help me improve - this time I'm focusing on drilling and I'm really improving. Just my two cents.
Thanks for the advice - I was feeling pretty good last night after nailing some games and RC passages, so that may be my best bet. The thing is, I've been able to improve on each section at some point, I just can't pull it all together on one test. I've gotten down to -5 on LR combined, -3 on RC, and -7 on LG.
On the games, I've only been attempting 3 games per section and guessing the rest because I have a lot of trouble finishing most games in less than 8:45. Has anyone of you not expecting to score in the 170's found this to be a good strategy?