I recently took my first LSAT Practice test (timed) and scored a 151. I need to increase my score by at least 10 points (more if possible) but I don't know if testing in September gives me enough time to do so. My practice test section breakdown looks like this:
1. RC- 21 correct
2. LR- 13 correct
3. LG- 13 correct
4. LR- 11 correct
LR and LG clearly need work, but my RC turned out okay. Would Sept or Dec be best?? Is a 10+ point increase even likely within these time frames? Any and all advice is welcome!!
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10+ is possible by December, but everyone on here is going to tell you to aim higher and not take the test till at least February, and they're right. Whats the rush? The LSAT is learnable and with time and dedication it is possible for you to score in the high 160s or even 170s.
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