CardozoLaw09 wrote:objection_your_honor wrote:Speaking of which, I think we should mix up the PT schedule. The games in the 60s feel markedly different, and I was thoroughly unprepared for the Zones game when I wrote the October 2012 LSAT. Not seeing the most recent, hypo-intensive games (consensus is the 50s and 60s) until April seems dangerous.
Maybe split up the 40s, 50s and 60s so that it falls more like 50, 68, 40, 51, 67, 41, 52, 66, 42, etc. That way we have a few months to study/drill/repeat the difficult games encountered on the absolute most recent tests.
It seems reckless to use all of the 60s — our most valuable resources — as mere diagnostics less than a month prior to the June test. These are the tests that deserve the most attention.
Yeah I think mixing it up as suggested above would be more beneficial. Agreed that more time should be given to the more recent tests -- I'm down to make that adjustment to our sched
Seconded. All those in favor? All those opposed?