are any RDers getting anxious yet? I submitted in early November and I still haven't heard anything.
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I like to study for the LSAT late at night when the house is quiet, in my room, with a white tank top and some shorts, a cup of coffee, with my desk lamp facing northeast, two mechanical pencils, a black pen, a red pen, and the air conditioning between 70-75 degrees F, with all my practice tests sitting on my right, and the radio at 85.2FM, even though its not turned on.
Am I studying correctly? What's the best way to improve? If you scored 170+, what did your desk look like? Any help and tips would be appreciated.
Seeing how brutal the curve was for the the June test, are there any expectations that the Sept. test will be harder in order to make scoring 170+ a little easier? Or is this line of reasoning just wishful thinking?
Does anyone else hate taking them? I've enrolled in PS that starts in about two weeks after a two-month long hiatus in my LSAT self-prep (went through LGB and LRB). Yet, I feel compelled to start prepping again in order to do well on the diagnostic test. I know, I'm crazy.