so, I just took timed diagnostics and got 143.
It took me 30 min to do four game questions. I was only able to do the first half of LR and RC... seriously, why do they only give 35 minutes???
I'm hoping to apply this fall. I can study full time, probably 5hrs/day in May and 10hrs/day from June. I'll take Sept and Dec. tests. Hoping for 170+ score. Maybe I'm unrealistic, but if I get anything lower, I'll probably apply again next year.
I've been reading a lot about different books and courses. I think I'm going to go with 7sage for LG and Lsat trainer. I also have seen many people using powerscore, but I'm not sure if I should spend so much time on the basics when I have so my prep tests to go through.
So my plan would be
May~June: Lsat trainer for RC and LR + 7sage for LG. Build up some basic skills.
June~August: Prep tests
What would be the reasonable score increase? And should I add any more books? Any recommendation?
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Instead of doing 7sage+trainer why not just do one of the 7sage courses? These courses cover LG+LR+RC, then if your not happy, you can do the trainer once you've finished the course. Ive gone through the trainer, and am now starting with 7sage's cheapest course
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Def go with 7Sage and if you're still shaky on some stuff use The LSAT Trainer to get a diff perspective. They work well together but you'll probably just confuse yourself so I wouldn't do it. I used 7 Sage exclusively for LG. The LSAT Trainer had a few things I liked but I pretty much just breezed through those sections. I absolutely loved the Flaw sections and RC in The LSAT Trainer. The book is cheaper than the lowest 7 Sage course but I would purchase the lowest course and go from there.
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