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Scored 176

Postby Joshcdw » Sun Apr 22, 2018 6:31 pm

I scored into the 175-180 range on exam 65. I think I have a good grasp of the exam. It's a dry familiar feeling similar to the feeling of reviewing a finished personal statement you wrote. You know because you wrote it, so you are looking at it again and are done with it.

So the words of the exam are not hard, they're just words. Reading comprehension 24/27; Games 23/23; Logical Reasoning 23/25 and 24/26. Anyone have tips for Yale?

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Re: Scored 176

Postby sparkytrainer » Sun Apr 22, 2018 7:36 pm

If I had a dollar for each person who scores a 175+ on a practice exam and then comes back asking for chances with a 164, I would be a rich person.
Good for a practice test, but you need to score that on a real thing. You do not have a 176, you have a practice 176. I say that as someone who was pting 178-180 and didn't score that on my first or second try.

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Re: Scored 176

Postby sparkytrainer » Sun Apr 22, 2018 7:37 pm

Also LSAT 65 isn't equivalent to the current test. The current test is significantly harder on RC and games have gotten harder as well

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Re: Scored 176

Postby laker » Fri Apr 27, 2018 2:56 pm

Definitely a good place to be at, now just keep PTing and work on consistently getting in that range. Of course a PT score might not necessarily reflect what score you will get on the real thing, but consistently scoring in the 175-180 range is an excellent spot to be in going into the exam.

I would recommend reading The Economist or NYT Opinion articles in your free time to continue improving your RC, and of course to thoroughly blind review your PTs on all sections and see if you can pull out any weaknesses. Keep up the good work!



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