« on: October 10, 2008, 12:00:02 AM »
I'll read yours if you read mine...send me a message or just post it if you're comfortable with that.
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What about Amstel light? It digests pretty good.
truth be told, i'm not 100% sure if i can make the 6 or 7 point jump i want to make. for what it's worth, though, i'm willing to sacrifice my social life for another two months lolz. anyway. in response to your questions..Given this response, I would definitely suggest taking the December test instead of the October one. If you've been preparing for less than two months, I think the extra two months will allow you to reach your goal. More importantly, if you're already scoring low-170s, those two months will give you a legitimate shot at 180. Make sure to use only Actual, Official LSAT questions...
1) i started studying near the beginning of August (i know, kinda late. i was taking summer classes to boost up my gpa )
2) problematic particular q type: LR must be true qs that involve formal logic, and effing long parallel reasoning qs (grumble)
3) i started doing timed PTs about... two weeks ago? i've only done 6 so far. (i know, i'm lacking in the full-length PT practice area.)
4) improvement is slow, but then again, i is a slow learnerrrr
5) so i definitely don't have a 4.0, but my gpa puts me in the median range. (hence, i need a good lsat score.) and i'm not an Ivy student, either. but my (overpriced private) school is fairly well-regarded, i think. well, i hope.
I usually do not mark the passage, however, and just slowly read through it once (usually takes about 2 mins), then spend the rest of the time on Qs. I have come to realize marking generally slows me down and isn't too helpful, as I can usually keep in mind where cause/effect, author's perspective, and all that jazz is.