Phoenix97 wrote:So glad I learned how foolish and counterproductive it is to put a shitload of pressure on myself.
Just about every person I've spoken with who went 170/+ emphasized having a positive and confident attitude above all else, and to not go too hard on studying the week before the test.
"Everyone I've spoken to who scored higher than 170 on the LSAT emphasized having a positive and confident attitude above all else. Therefore, because I feel positive and confident, I am sure to score at least a 170 on Saturday."
This is literally how I think of everything now.
So much of me wants to tell you that you are confusing whatbis necessary with what is sufficient, or confusing correlation with causation, or basing the conclusion of an unrepresentative population.
But instead, I'm going to tell you that you're right. Be as positive/confident as you can and your score will reflect it.
This is coming from a girl who cried stress tears for an hour last night, and is forcefully positive today. You can do it!!