abujabal wrote:Not to be a bore and ask an actual study prep question, but I'm going to be lame like that...
It really depends on where you are. First off, it does help a tremendous amount to tell people your score breakdown.
...Don't worry about PTing too much yet. You're more than fine to being starting your prep for Sept. As you do that, you can go to 180pedia.com/every-lsat-practice-test and each question page will have links to explanations from 7Sage, Manhattan Prep, PowerScore, LSATHacks, and Velocity LSAT...
OH! And try to sign up for the May Digital LSAT if you want.
It can be a free PT of 'test-ish' like conditions!
Knew I was forgetting something. Foolishly, I lost the sheet with my answers on it. As I can recall though, it was something like (LG1, -6 [and largely because I had no idea what was going on throughout]), (LR1, -8; LR2, -6), (RC, -4, or maybe -6)? Truth told, I'm not totally sure, though I recall that Rational Choice was my worst section and also when the chap next to me started watching a movie on his tray table so it wasn't exactly a clean environment. The games seem fun and I'm certain I can ace them with enough drilling, but the Logical Reasoning trips me up. Gotta practice the hell out of them, but I take it they're this weird hybrid between reading and logic that makes me think it's as easy as a reading section (for me at least, reading sections have always been my strong suit), but then suddenly I'm finding the statement that would be make the argument most vulnerable or whatever and the argument is shit to begin with. I should note that I ran out of time on the Games, but I'm not stressed about it.
When you say SuperPrep II is 2 undisclosed tests, does that mean they're not one of the numbered "PTx,y,z"s? In that case, very worthwhile. I know my study method for the SAT (all of 7 years ago) was a PT every Saturday, so hopefully that same concept applies?
Re: the May LSAT, doesn't seem to be offered anywhere near me. I'm assuming that if I take September and I want more from it, I can take December and not be totally out of the loop for a 2018 admission?
Oh and last question - is this the 2017-2018 cycle? Or does that number refer to your entry date?
@Alex - memes are the only thing that keeps me sane between current affairs and my boss continuously asking me if I'd reconsider law school in favor of continuing to work at the same gig until getting an MBA. Blech.
Also I've added to this post twice now because every time I press submit, y'all have said something fresh - impressive