Nothing help you. June test be hardest ever.
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« on: May 13, 2009, 09:52:19 AM »
Julie, I cannot say I'm surprised as you've not missed a single day of "posting" on this message board in five years. I'm not sure which is worse: a grown-ass man with an alter-ego posting on a message board for five SOLID years or someone that wants to imitate him. What say you "LSATbeard"?
LSATbeard believe imitate Julie Fern result in 180.
« on: May 12, 2009, 04:08:39 PM »
June test be hardest ever.
Especially at Flushing.
Thanks for the reply. How often should I do a PT, and when? Right now, I'm 4/5 of the way through the PowerScore LR Bible (and I've started maybe the first 1/5th of their RC and LG's Bibles too-but stopped because they both reference the LR Bible, so I figured I should work on that one first).
It seems that I have 2 options: 1) Finish ALL the Bibles before moving on to the PTs to prevent me from "learning bad technique." 2) Just do the PTs so I can put into practice the things I've learned (and not worry about the stuff I haven't).
How should I go about studying for the LSAT? I am shooting for a very high score, and I am studying very hard. I just want to make sure this hard work will pay off. How much time should I spend mastering the concepts in the PowerScore Bibles? Should I work to master them before I even look at a PrepTest? Or should I just breeze through the Bibles and return to them as necessary?
Also, should I work in 35-minute sections, or go all 3 hours as much as I can?