« on: January 27, 2011, 10:06:14 PM »
What about mac vs. pc...is there pc specific law software that we will be expected to run?
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Also, I took the free June 2007 practice last night and my score actually went down to 154
What's worse is I felt like I was actually doing better this time around!
Either the tests got harder, I got lucky the first time , or (most likely) I should not take a practice LSAT just after getting home from work...hehe
Here's how that score broke down:
I didn't bomb just one section - just did all around worse this time around. Overall though I think I am strong on Analytic and need to work on Logic Reasoning.
Here's how I scored on the Feb 1993 test:
Some guests came over in the last 10 minutes of the last section and I think it broke my concentration...
Thanks for the advise - money is an issue. I intend to self-study, but I wanted to take a practice test first so I know what my strengths and weaknesses are, and to reaffirm that law school is even for me I'm not shooting for the best score ever - I just need at least a 163 to get the full ride at my local school.
Thanks for the info. I did strictly time myself and always ended with 1-5 minutes remaining. I think I should buy the latest LSAT preptest book containing recent tests just to be safe. They are not that expensive and certainly can't hurt! As an aside - did you write the essay when you took the practice tests?
I just took my first LSAT practice test yesterday and scored a 162. However, the test I took was from the LSAT administered in 1993. Is a test this old still representative of what I can expect on my actual LSAT? I know I have to prepare for new comparative reading section, but in general, is my 17 year old practice test still accurate?