Dude, stop studying. Please. For the love of god.
Don't even look at LSATs today. Watch TV and have a beer.
You'll be fine, but relax. An extra 3 hours of studying will not help you out tomorrow. You've been one of the best people on this thread over the last few months-- don't doubt yourself. Own that test tomorrow.
Gah, typed out a long response, and then my internet died. Basically: thank you, you're right, and I am so freaking sleep deprived I have no choice but to heed your advice. Except instead of a beer, I'm headed to bed at 7:30 PM. Exciting evening.
Going to try to wake up early tomorrow and do a couple of warmup sections; I guess I'm done for the night. Just freaked out because I haven't done anywhere near the prep I should have, and I know that my score will consequently not reflect my potential. And what's making things so much worse is just knowing that I only had the chance to do a couple of the most recent PTs, found them to be notably different, and yet did not have the chance to figure out how they differ and how I might need to change my method in response (which is particularly troubling given that I already didn't have a great plan of attack for RC before
it seemed to take a turn).
I promise I really am done studying for the night, but any
advice or thoughts from anyone regarding the most recent RCs and LRs would be great. Learning that people consider the most recent LGs to be more hypo-intensive was a major help, and I'm hoping people have noticed a similarly consistent shift in the recent RC (and to a lesser extent, LR) sections that could help me attempt to regain my footing before going into the test.
Anything, people. I just need to know I'm not crazy and/or totally suck at RC (well, I do, but I don't want to suck this
Anyway, I'll stop tired rambling. If I don't post before tomorrow morning, I wish everybody the best of luck, and thank you all for all of your help. It's been lovely studying with you- hope to see you all in the inevitable February waiting thread!