First LSAT prep test - thoughts?

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First LSAT prep test - thoughts?

Postby rvadog » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:03 pm

Wrote a 161. Pretty psyched since I took it cold with no study or experience in diagraming.

Sections:

LG: -10 (completely bombed last two games)
LR: -0
LR: -6
RC: -4

Obviously a lot of room for improvement on the games. Already bought the Logic Games Bible to start working on.

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Re: First LSAT prep test - thoughts?

Postby scottyc66 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:09 pm

rvadog wrote:Wrote a 161. Pretty psyched since I took it cold with no study or experience in diagraming.

Sections:

LG: -10 (completely bombed last two games)
LR: -0
LR: -6
RC: -4

Obviously a lot of room for improvement on the games. Already bought the Logic Games Bible to start working on.

LG is easily improved upon, solid starting point

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Re: First LSAT prep test - thoughts?

Postby Alorain » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:34 pm

rvadog wrote:Wrote a 161. Pretty psyched since I took it cold with no study or experience in diagraming.

Sections:

LG: -10 (completely bombed last two games)
LR: -0
LR: -6
RC: -4

Obviously a lot of room for improvement on the games. Already bought the Logic Games Bible to start working on.


You will do cruel things to this test.

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Re: First LSAT prep test - thoughts?

Postby bernaldiaz » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:40 pm

Very similar place to where I started from. I went -0, -1 on LR (which was actually the best I ever did on two LR sections haha), -6 RC, and -11 LG. Like everyone said, LG is very improbable. It won't necessarily be easy, but if you drill enough you can get down to consistently -1 or -2 on that section. I was PTing in the high 170s and ended up with a 174. I'm sure you can at least do the same. Let me know if you have any questions about my prep, especially w/r/t LG.

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Re: First LSAT prep test - thoughts?

Postby wtrc » Fri Dec 07, 2012 3:42 pm

Dude, games can be perfected. Like literally, perfected, especially if you are starting with 15/25 right in the time frame. You better be aiming for high 170's, that's an amazing starting point.

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Re: First LSAT prep test - thoughts?

Postby scottyc66 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 3:54 pm

weathercoins wrote:Dude, games can be perfected. Like literally, perfected, especially if you are starting with 15/25 right in the time frame. You better be aiming for high 170's, that's an amazing starting point.

Looks like games are starting to become far less mechanical than they were a few years ago, but definitely still very doable to improve to an almost guaranteed -2/-3 or better.



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