So I made a dumb mistake. I had ALL "10 More" lsat books at home so I thought I didn't need the practice exam book. Now I realize that you only have the exams listed as 1-12 and no corresponding lsat number. Is it too late to order the book? I've been doing LSAT 30 something to 37 thinking you were gong through them that way. Now I'm way behind on PTs. Should I just do the most recent 12 tests instead of ordering?
LSAT Kung Fu Forum / Stupid subject six weeks out
Stupid subject six weeks out
I'm not completely certain I'm following you here, so I'll say this: the 12 tests in our Practice Exams book are the 12 most recent tests, each with an experimental section inserted (from a prior test) to get you full, 5-section awesomeness. As I write this, that book includes PrepTests 60-71.
Does that clarify things for you?
Got it, thanks gain. Just did 54 with a 157 score timed. Would have been in the 160s had I not completely messed up a rule on game two which sucked time out of game four.
22 20 11 20 each section respectively.
Ugh. Messing up a rule is THE WORST. Still; you're doing great—you're right around the corner from your big-time score. Keep it up!
Thanks for your support Dave. Your program has been more helpful than any other and I have taken pretty much everything. Want to know the fucked up thing? I took another PT today and my LR was 20 on both, my games were 17, and my best section, reading, was, wait for it, 12. Why? Because the shitty proctor app I have malfunctioned and either cut me off early or something but I missed one whole passage. If my past performance is any indication I would have gotten about a 161 on this one. Ended up with a 155. It's always something. But at least my games improved by a lot this time.
Yeah, some days it feels like playing whack-a-mole, doesn't it? But that bad timing thing is an anomoly; you're definitely making progress, and I love hearing about it.