I would like to get some tips for the upcoming June 2013LSAT

ljh912005
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I would like to get some tips for the upcoming June 2013LSAT

Postby ljh912005 » Sat Apr 06, 2013 8:47 am

Hi,

I am studying for the upcoming June LSAT.

Currently, I went over 45 Prep Tests so far chronologically.

I am planning to finish 56 Prep Tests by 04/20 roughly 2 weeks from today

I want to save the last 10 Prep Test until June.

This means that I will have about 40 days left before solving and going over the 10 Prep Tests.

I graduated from UG on December 2012 and I am not doing anything. I am just chilling at my house.

Do you guys have suggestions for my prep between 04/20 ~ 06/01? Should I resolve some earlier practice problems?

I am currently hitting 160-165. I want to raise it to high 160 or low 170 if possible.

I need help please.

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wtrc
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Re: I would like to get some tips for the upcoming June 2013LSAT

Postby wtrc » Sat Apr 06, 2013 10:14 am

Even though you gave a lot of details, you didn't really hit on the points that will allow others to help you. What are your weaknesses? Are they spread out over all sections? Have you gone through the Bibles? Are you thoroughly reviewing your mistakes on each PT? Quality over quantity.

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Re: I would like to get some tips for the upcoming June 2013LSAT

Postby tuffyjohnson » Sat Apr 06, 2013 10:22 am

wtrcoins3 wrote:Quality over quantity.


I really hope your right about this.

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Pneumonia
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Re: I would like to get some tips for the upcoming June 2013LSAT

Postby Pneumonia » Sun Apr 07, 2013 1:53 pm

Don't rush through your remaining PT's. Going through 45-56 in the next two weeks is a bad idea, even though you're saving some for the very end. If anything do one, maybe two, a week until late-May and then start hitting the PT's hard. In the interim you should be drilling your weak spots and going over old PT's with a fine-toothed comb.
For the next six weeks you should be using your PT's to identify weak spots and gauge your progress, not to improve your comprehension/understanding of the material. Drilling will be more helpful than muscling through 10 PT's in two weeks.




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