How much studying have I actually done in that time? Honestly not nearly as much as I should have, maybe 1-2 months of serious prep in total. I didn't start prepping until last summer (and even then in only a very undisciplined manner), and then life would always get in the way, or I'd take a PT, get a score I considered satisfactory, and decide that I could put off studying for another few months. But of course with the test only ~50 days away, that's no longer an option.
So how much would you say you have truly focused on hardcore studying? I'm in the same boat as you starting score wise and I've been drilling LR for 3 weeks. I plan on taking a timed test Monday to see where I'm at.
That was my 1-2 months estimate, defining "serious" or "hardcore" prep as actually focusing on the LSAT 6+ hours per day like some of these TLSers with superhuman discipline apparently do. And I mean 1-2 months worth
of serious prep; in reality, I don't think I've ever done more than 4 hours of work in a single day. The rest of the time has been 1-3 hours of prep book reading or drilling, or doing absolutely nothing, with emphasis on the latter lol.
I can't really estimate my time more precisely. I've read the Superprep (intro only), LGB (twice), Manhattan LR, and some of the LRB and the LSAT Trainer. I've spent considerable time on LG drilling, doing the LGB games several times, going through the Cambridge packets once, and drilling other games from early PTs, but I've drilled probably fewer than 5 LR and RC sections (each). I did do several PTs untimed, and I think that was helpful.