renc56 wrote:MisterT wrote:With regards to your PT Scores, take a break for a while (a few weeks or even months) and then start again. Reaching a plateau is a thing, and your brain needs some time to rewire itself to become great at this test. I started at around 155 and couldnt get higher than 165-167, then let it go for a few months and resumed. Plateaud and rested again before scoring 174 on the real thing. So don't sweat it, if you really want a high score it's doable. Just take your time.
Just got waitlisted from UCLA and no word yet from UT Austin (I'm assuming my softs haven't gotten me denied yet).
I think I'm going to try again (mostly out of sheer frustration at making the LSAT a part-time job when it turns out I could have done something else and gotten my first diagnostic test score). Maybe the June 2017 LSAT will work out better.
Honestly think a 165 LSAT would be enough to get me into t-20 but I'm obviously not an admissions expert.
165 could make you competitive for even YHS haha good luck!