pearla wrote:Could the non natve speakers here comment on their experience studying for the lsat? ...
As a non-native speaker I studied in an English-speaking country and got both my undergraduate and postgraduate degree there.
I find logical reasoning to be the easiest section for me, I consistently score high on LR and I can finish a section in just under 32 minutes. Reading and logic games are completely different stories though, I often can't finish either of them on time and my accuracy are rather poor. I took LSAT last year and got 162, I am quite sure that most of the points were lost to LG and reading.
Unlike most people from my country I am terrible at math, so I might not be a typical international student at all. I think I am very good at LR because I've read quite a few books on logic as a hobby and I was debating with people all the time while in university. My poor math explains my logic game problem, but not sure why I suck at reading.