Mint-Berry_Crunch wrote:Did just flat out awful on my kinda PT, like worst since September. Allergies we're going haywire AF and I could tell I just mentally wasn't in LSAT mode. Have to focus on getting my head back into it.
You've got this!!! What I have found useful (and it shows in my PT results) is to do maybe 2 PT's a week, at most. I bombed in October (like 8 points below my avg...). And, at first, I was extremely discouraged. But I've seen some major progress and the key, for me, has been to push back on studying, and take planned and consistent breaks from it. Having a fresh, clear mind is imperative... otherwise, you're really studying in vain. So, I would say if its mental exhaustion, take a break. If it's a lack of focus, that may as well be a indirect symptom of impending exhaustion... and, of course, exhaustion can stem from NON-lsat related stuff... keep at it, but be mindful and diligent. Calculated, efficient studying > plowing through PT's and drills.