« on: January 27, 2005, 01:42:42 PM »
I actually think the LSAT is more trainable.
I've practiced both GMAT and LSAT and I say that once you get into the right mode of thinking on the LSAT, you can improve dramatically.
I don't even think GMAT has a specific way of thinking.
That throws me off completely. I score at about a 550 on the GMAT which isn't good. I've only practiced the logical reasoning on the LSAT and have been getting about 80% right working the problems slowly.
I'd figure overtime, I can get a 165 easier than scoring a 700 on the GMAT.
I may be speaking to soon though.