I can't be the only one.
On second thought, I may very well be considering how 99% of everyone here are 168+.
Studied on/off for a year (non serious), decided to take the GRE only to back out 6 weeks before June's test and hit the LSAT books again. Been PT-ing between 158-165, so it's not a TOTAL shocker, but considering how I got slapped with a (-9 )in LG and (-13) in RC (LG being my strongest) section, it's a wee bit hairy.
Goal for October is a 160. Not sure if this is feasible considering that my weakest trait, is reading speed. I can "see" most, if not all, deductions in LR and their tricks, but I read the passage really slow or read it freaking twice. It's really goddamn frustrating.
RC is a crapshoot. It's literally up to the Gods whether or not I do well. Some passages I go for -6 in the entire section, and others (like this test) -13. Reading speed is also an issue here.
LG, my strongest section is for some freaking reason where my wheels fall off. This administration is actually my second time I took the LSAT (took it once two years ago but cancelled it). Normally, I'd have 5-8 minutes to spare in my PTs, but for this test along with the one I took years ago, I just become a blind mute. I end up taking the long road to answer each freaking question and barely using any deductions.
Anyways, I'm curious how those that fared as sh*tty as I did felt about this cycle and how they're preparing for the months ahead.
Prepare for the LSAT or discuss it with others in this forum.
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