LSAT Progress Tracker

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LSAT Progress Tracker

Postby kcorwin » Thu Jun 27, 2013 12:49 am

Hi all,

The purpose of my post is to offer a predictive model that tracks LSAT prep progress. I developed it as an Excel Workbook, while taking PowerScore. The online portal at the time did not have a very good way of piecing together performance to meaningfully direct study efforts. I used the tool as part of my study routine. If used honestly and consistently, I am confident it can help others. Having a background in building dashboards, it drove me nuts not to have a tool that told a clear story. The anecdotal experience I had with this is an actual score within a point of my predicted score; the percentile rank was on the mark.

I look forward to getting feedback from anyone that gives it a try. If you take or are taking PowerScore you can cut and paste test performance from the online scoring tool. Other study guides on TLS describe how those not taking courses can group questions, so this is an option, too. Ultimately, I just wanted to offer this because it was too much work to be used only once. Use it freely and message/email if you want the unlocked workbook to enhance the model. My hope is it can be improved and used by any forever for free.

Be sure to download and open as an Excel file, as formulas will not calculate appropriately in Google Sheet.

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Re: LSAT Progress Tracker

Postby Dog » Thu Jun 27, 2013 1:59 am

It looks like this could be really good, forgive me if I'm too lazy to read most of it. Maybe if my June score comes back terrible I'll be taking a closer look, haha! Kind of reminds me of lsatqa, which I found very useful.

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Re: LSAT Progress Tracker

Postby LSAT Blog » Thu Jun 27, 2013 9:15 am

Looks very useful! One of my readers submitted a progress-tracking spreadsheet that I thought was pretty useful as well (more geared towards self-studiers, though):


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Re: LSAT Progress Tracker

Postby Cambridge LSAT » Thu Jun 27, 2013 3:47 pm

We have a free LSAT test tracking spreadsheet which similarly breaks down results by test and across tests.

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