MrsHuxtable wrote:Little bit of an update. I've been practicing for about a month now going through strategy guides and then drilling. I have been doing problem types mostly in isolation, but I decided today to see if I could put it all together. I didn't time myself, as my focus at this point is if can I actually get the correct answer. I will of course begin strictly timing myself, but at this point I'm focused on getting questions correct. So I started a stopped watch and took PT-62 and scored a 168!! It was un-timed, but I finished most of the sections within 35 min. It's such a huge improvement from that 146. I go back and forth about whether I'll be ready for June, but today's PT gives me hope. Looking forward to seeing more improvement.
Great job, any and all progress is exceptional in LSAT Preparation. I am now five days away from my one month mark. Unlike like yourself I've been taking taking PTs every weekend to mark my weekly progress. I feel this gives me a good understanding of the methodology of the actual application of my strategies. Your timing is impeccable, as well as your score, my score last week on PT 29 was 153, untamed ( I did not move from my desk for approximately 4hrs). At the very least I know my endurance is certainly up to par!!!! I was still focused to, but it seems that we are in similar time frame of studying, and I wanted to see if you would be interested in starting a weekly study group? Also, never doubt yourself, according to most of the study guides on TLS, we are in a good time frame of being able to achieve a competitive score for HYS, or at least T14 schools. Its a matter of content of prep materials, motivation, and consistent drilling/reviewing.