Old LSAT Scores to be Trusted for Score Estimates?

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Moose29

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Old LSAT Scores to be Trusted for Score Estimates?

Postby Moose29 » Sat Dec 15, 2018 7:36 pm

So I've been prepping for about 3 months now. I spend 2.5 months going over the bibles and the lsat trainer. Now I've decided to start practice testing. I started with practice test 29, scored a 169. Then 30, scored a 174, then 31, and scored a 172. I'm pretty surprised by these scores. Didn't think I'd be testing this high yet. The test feels like a struggle to get through with many questions really challenging me. I make sure I time pretty strictly as well. Can these old tests predict my score for recent tests well? If I can score this highly on 29, 30, and 31, should I expect a similar score on recent tests? Any experience with this would be appreciated!

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Re: Old LSAT Scores to be Trusted for Score Estimates?

Postby 239840 » Sun Dec 16, 2018 4:48 pm

Moose29 wrote:So I've been prepping for about 3 months now. I spend 2.5 months going over the bibles and the lsat trainer. Now I've decided to start practice testing. I started with practice test 29, scored a 169. Then 30, scored a 174, then 31, and scored a 172. I'm pretty surprised by these scores. Didn't think I'd be testing this high yet. The test feels like a struggle to get through with many questions really challenging me. I make sure I time pretty strictly as well. Can these old tests predict my score for recent tests well? If I can score this highly on 29, 30, and 31, should I expect a similar score on recent tests? Any experience with this would be appreciated!


It's definitely a very good sign! And yes, I'd say they're accurate. The main difference with the newer tests is that they have comparative reading.



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