LR Jump?

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LR Jump?

Postby kepani » Thu Sep 17, 2015 3:22 am

Currently, I'm set to take the October exam. I'm getting about ~6-7 wrong per LR section in my PTs and BRing at ~2-3 wrong. Is it realistic that I would be able to improve my LR to about ~4-5 per section by the October test? I'm struggling most with STR/Weakening Q's. Also, if it means anything, the next two weeks of my schedule have been completely wiped to solely focus on LSAT improvement.

Any advice would be much appreciated! Thanks.

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Re: LR Jump?

Postby Monkey D Luffy » Thu Sep 17, 2015 3:42 am

I'm in the same position as you.


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Re: LR Jump?

Postby Hornet2011 » Thu Sep 17, 2015 7:27 am

Anything is certainly within the realm of possibility and honestly I don't think any TSLer can say much more beyond that. Some people make big increases in their last two weeks -- I have heard of this phenomenon. However if you are consistently scoring 6 to 7 wrong, I would tend to believe that getting down to -2 to 0 every time would be difficult. Now getting down to -3 to -5 does seem fair more within the realm of probable.

Your best play if your shooting for a 170+ score is to see how your doing a couple days before the test and if your not there then cancel and reschedule.

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