@ 170+ scorers....PT breakdown question?

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@ 170+ scorers....PT breakdown question?

Postby Theory1195 » Tue Jan 10, 2017 2:33 am

In terms of PT's used for drilling/section practice, and PT's used for full, time-conditioned tests.....which tests would you use for drilling, and which would you save to take as full, time-conditioned tests?

I plan on sitting for the June 2017 LSAT. I recently finished the LSAT Trainer (loved it, by the way), and just started working through my 7Sage course. I have Powerscore's LR Bible & Manhattan's LR guide, too. Glanced at LR Bible, but decided to start my 7Sage course rather than intensely going through it for now.

I plan on purchasing the bundled past LSAT's pretty soon, and because I understand how crucial they are to success, I am willing to buy as many as I need to get tons and tons of practice.

What worked for you?

Any/all advice is greatly appreciated!

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Re: @ 170+ scorers....PT breakdown question?

Postby Alexandros » Tue Jan 10, 2017 2:44 am

I'd recommend 50-ish onwards (I think the book starts at 52) for full timed tests, and 1-35-ish for drilling. The 40s, whichever works for you. (I used most of them for drilling, and saved a few in case I ran out of tests.) 1-35 are more than sufficient for the basics, and it's good to use the more recent ones (that will more closely resemble what you'll see on test day) for practice tests.

Also, after you've used a more recent one as a full timed test, it's a good idea to return to it and use it for drilling as well.

Good luck! :)

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Re: @ 170+ scorers....PT breakdown question?

Postby Theory1195 » Tue Jan 10, 2017 3:15 am

Alexandros wrote:I'd recommend 50-ish onwards (I think the book starts at 52) for full timed tests, and 1-35-ish for drilling. The 40s, whichever works for you. (I used most of them for drilling, and saved a few in case I ran out of tests.) 1-35 are more than sufficient for the basics, and it's good to use the more recent ones (that will more closely resemble what you'll see on test day) for practice tests.

Also, after you've used a more recent one as a full timed test, it's a good idea to return to it and use it for drilling as well.

Good luck! :)


Thank you so much :)

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Re: @ 170+ scorers....PT breakdown question?

Postby laqueredup » Tue Jan 10, 2017 3:33 am

Alexandros wrote:Also, after you've used a more recent one as a full timed test, it's a good idea to return to it and use it for drilling as well.

Good luck! :)


This! Make copies or a scan so you can reprint as much as you like. Esp for games, doing them over a few times until you have it memorized is helpful.



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