« on: June 30, 2006, 03:24:13 PM »
I need some help with direction on this one. As I've said on other threads, I was pretty shocked to see how poorly I performed on this recent LSAT. My prep scores for the last 5 tests I took going into the exam were all within the 168-172 range. On the day of the test though I got a big fat 161.
I noticed a lot of weird things on my answer sheet. For example, I had omitted answers which I don't recal omiting (why would I omit?). I also had some occurences of answers being picked which I was almost certain were wrong while I was taking the test. In any case, I'm in a confused and despondent state right now.
So my question is: how do I prep for September? I already took a course and I have done all of the most recent tests (around 15 total), so what should I do for practice? It seems to me like I may have some type of psychological obstical I need to overcome, any thoughts on dealing with that?
All (constructive) comments welcome