I've decided to post everything I do for this retake on TLS to keep my efforts honest. (I truly dread having to study again and am wholeheartedly envious of the few, and there are few, who enjoy the studying process.) I appreciate any advice/ words of encouragement you guys have to offer and hope that I can motivate some people along the way
Today, I took PT 41 for the first time in well over a year. This was the first LSAT material I've seen since I took the October exam (yes, I have not reviewed PT 70-- but I'll get there). Scored a 170, right in line with the average I had going in to October where I stumbled all the way down to 166. Section breakdown:
This is my non blind review score. After blind review, I got a 172. (Note: From now on I'll only post non-blind review scores as I continue on the last leg of this odyssey because as effective as BR is for review we shouldn't use it to gauge anything but our potential. No BR on the real thing.)
Thoughts: ran out of time on games and lost 2 questions. I hate that circle game, it took forever. Disappointed on LR performance. Might start drilling Cambridge again after a few more PTs if I don't start getting -3 or better consistently. LR was made up for by RC, some of the material of which I, unfortunately, still remember. I didn't remember passage structure or details but just a recall of the general content made me all the more relaxed while taking it. One of the disadvantages of having exhausted prep material. Off to review this one more thoroughly.
Will take PT 42 later today. Until then.