Oct LSAT - First timer

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msh1986

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Oct LSAT - First timer

Postby msh1986 » Fri Jul 10, 2015 7:58 pm

Hi All,

Let me introduce myself before I begin writing down my first post on this forum.
I am currently working as a full time tax accountant (CPA) and am planning to take LSAT in October for the first time.
I'm looking for advice as I am very new to LSAT.

It's only been two weeks since I started studying for the exam.
First, I've went through power score bibles for all three sections of the exam and am now drilling PT questions.
I know it's been only couple of weeks but I'm somewhat frustrated with my scores on LR sections.
I am constantly missing around 10 questions per LR section and going over 45 mins.
I always go through the questions I miss on each section but am not so sure how that is going to help me to improve my scores and time.
Does anyone have any tips for me or will my scores and time get better as I drill down more LR questions??

Thanks!!

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Re: Oct LSAT - First timer

Postby eli2015 » Fri Jul 10, 2015 8:05 pm

msh1986 wrote:Hi All,

Let me introduce myself before I begin writing down my first post on this forum.
I am currently working as a full time tax accountant (CPA) and am planning to take LSAT in October for the first time.
I'm looking for advice as I am very new to LSAT.

It's only been two weeks since I started studying for the exam.
First, I've went through power score bibles for all three sections of the exam and am now drilling PT questions.
I know it's been only couple of weeks but I'm somewhat frustrated with my scores on LR sections.
I am constantly missing around 10 questions per LR section and going over 45 mins.
I always go through the questions I miss on each section but am not so sure how that is going to help me to improve my scores and time.
Does anyone have any tips for me or will my scores and time get better as I drill down more LR questions??

Thanks!!

Are you using the BR method? Your score will get better with practice, however you must first know what types of questions you are getting wrong, and for what reason.

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Re: Oct LSAT - First timer

Postby ltowns1 » Fri Jul 10, 2015 8:58 pm

msh1986 wrote:Hi All,

Let me introduce myself before I begin writing down my first post on this forum.
I am currently working as a full time tax accountant (CPA) and am planning to take LSAT in October for the first time.
I'm looking for advice as I am very new to LSAT.

It's only been two weeks since I started studying for the exam.
First, I've went through power score bibles for all three sections of the exam and am now drilling PT questions.
I know it's been only couple of weeks but I'm somewhat frustrated with my scores on LR sections.
I am constantly missing around 10 questions per LR section and going over 45 mins.
I always go through the questions I miss on each section but am not so sure how that is going to help me to improve my scores and time.
Does anyone have any tips for me or will my scores and time get better as I drill down more LR questions??m

Thanks!!



Read this thread post by jeffort, it should be helpful to you. viewtopic.php?f=6&t=224863&p=7495923&hilit=drilling+phase+2#p7495923

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