hopefulundergrad wrote:PT 50 today (the one with riddled basins of attraction RC)
-1LR, -2LG, -1RC
If I wouldn't have missed those two LG questions I would have gotten a 180 (funny thing is, I finished the section with 8 minutes and change remaining and didn't go over the questions bc I was sure I had gotten them all correct ). Anway, the weirdest thing is the last 4 or 5 days my LSAT prep has been nearly non-existant with me only doing 1 timed section a day or just reading an entire issue of The Economist. And I was stuck in the low 170 rut for the past few PTs. Anyway, I'm extremely happy bc I felt very confident during the test and made sure to thoroughly read each stimulus and answer choice in LR so as not to get tripped up on a difficult question.
This has become the study method of choice for me as well. I think its a good one for those who are at that point in their study habits where they generally feel comfortable with the test... just enough material to keep you comfortable, confident and relaxed but not enough to burn out. Plus that feeling that I'm not studying enough has made me more aggressive during the test without losing a step in accuracy.