MKX wrote:Hey guys. Plan on taking my LSAT in June (currently a Junior at undergrad). Have been studying since about February just going through the powerscore books learning the different methods. I haven't timed myself that much yet, but I do see the importance in it and will be starting that very soon.
I took a practice test (zero prep) in my fall semester of sophomore year and got a 148...that's really bad. I got my results back and my Logic Games I missed only 3 questions. I think on my RC I only got about 5 right. yes I know pathetic, but I have been working extremely hard on the RC. I've definitely improved. my LR questions were hit or miss. Got 10 wrong in one section, 15 in the other. I have to work on those as well. My adviser told me not to stress too much about that score since it was about 1.5 years ago and I did zero prep work for them.
Will definitely be checking into this thread from time to time. It's good motivation and I'm sure I'll benefit a ton from it.
Don't worry about your cold diagnostic. Take a timed PT to see how you do. If you aren't in the 160s I suggest postponing to October. Also, consider taking a gap year.