Peta wrote:I want to hold off on registering for the December's LSAT until November 1st, as I want to make certain that I will improve my score before I commit myself. How likely is it that the LSAT will be overbooked by the time I try to register?
Depends on where you live. I found that for the September administration, a lot of people withdrew and seats became available. That said, a lot of these people withdrew to sit in on December. Considering that December is the last administration for the '15 cycle, there won't be as many seats available. If you're applying for the '15 cycle, I would register just to make sure you have a seat at a location that is more convenient, travel + location wise. You can always withdraw before the deadline and recoup some of your monetary loses. I also found that registering for the exam gave me the extra kick in the tush to study, knowing that I had a date to sit in on.
If this is your first time taking the LSAT, I would still sit in on December so that you have one under your belt, and can know what to expect.
waterandparchedearth wrote: I usually PT in the high 160s, low 170s, but I completely had no idea about 3 of the games at all and just got so frustrated I left them blank. I also got 5 wrong in each of the other sections, which is more than usual as well. Not sure what happened.
Aw - sorry water! Which PT was this?
ETA - nevermind! Saw it in the other page. For what it's worth, I always found the PTs before 40 to be different - even the games. Not sure what other tests you have, but I would try doing a PT with one in the 60s. Might have just been a fluke of the old LSAT