What materials should I use? (retake)

thoughtsinvacuum
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What materials should I use? (retake)

Postby thoughtsinvacuum » Tue Dec 09, 2014 7:00 pm

I took June 2014 and scored a 168 after taking a Blueprint course. My diagnostic score was 169. I was testing 170-177 in the week leading up to the exam, but it was clear that I wasn't consistent. I don't blame Blueprint. I let anxiety and my bladder get the best of me and time management. I will retake in June 2015.

I own the Blueprint materials, Powerscore books, Manhattan books, Superprep, Cambridge packets, and PTs.
I took the Blueprint course, but I was lazy about homework towards the end. I went through Powerscore quickly over a year ago.
I read half of Manhattan, and I have not touched the Superprep.

Should I buy The LSAT Trainer? Will the presence of more LSAT books in my home make me smarter!? [jk]

Oh LSAT lovers/haters/conquerors! What advice do you have for me? Which books should I use at this point, if any?

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hillz
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Re: What materials should I use? (retake)

Postby hillz » Tue Dec 09, 2014 7:59 pm

Have you read NoodleyOne's guide for retakers? It's a good place to start. viewtopic.php?f=6&t=195603

GospelLeague
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Re: What materials should I use? (retake)

Postby GospelLeague » Wed Dec 10, 2014 12:21 am

To be honest, you should take more care of your bladder instead of LSAT itself.

Pay attention to your time management and get a grip of your emotions. You have to be psychologically strong to practice law in the future.

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Re: What materials should I use? (retake)

Postby GospelLeague » Wed Dec 10, 2014 12:23 am

btw, is 169 your initial diagnostic? That's awesome :)




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