finnandjake2 wrote:I've taken the older PT's (7-18) and the more recent ones (52-65) and I was wondering how 19-38 compare. Are the the PT's in the 30's more comparable to the older or more recent PT's? (Besides the obvious RC change)
I will probably go over the more recent test sections as well but will use fresh tests for the majority of my prep so I'd appreciate any feedback on the relative difficulty of 19-38. My thought is that I'll get the next 10 and 10 more actual LSAT books and start with 19. I'll use the tests I've taken already closer towards the test to retake games sections and to review trouble problem types.
How'd you do on the old (7-18) PT's compared to the new ones?
Before my first retake I went 167, 164, 163, 166, 170 on half of 52-61.
I started with 7-18 before second retake and went 166, 174, 171, 171 on the full ones I took. Some of the other tests I've just done some of the sections (extra fifth section for other PT's.) On the newer tests I went 169, 168, 173, 171, 172, 170. I guess there really isn't much difference besides not doing as well before I got really into studying. (166 when I started studying for Oct.)
This question made me pull out my prep books for the first time since the test and I realize I also have some full prep tests left. (18, 16, 15, 14)
It seems the main things I need to work on are endurance and consistency. Also I went -7 on LG in Oct. (out of -13 total) so I feel like that is where I need to drill the most. I know this has been mentioned before on this site and probably ITT as well but what are some of the harder games sections?