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Studying for the LSAT / Improving on a 165
« on: May 10, 2011, 06:26:22 PM »

For the background information:

I studied very casually for the past 2 months (maybe 5 hours a week) and I have been seriously studying for about a week now and I have not seen any change in my score.

I have read the Kaplan book and the power score logic games bible.

I usually miss 8-12 on the logic games, and this is due to time constraints. I figure that practice is the only real solution to this.

I typically miss 1-4 questions on both the reading comprehension and logical reasoning sections.

I am taking the June 2011 LSAT

Any advice on how to improve my score when I am scoring a 165-171 on practice exams? Also are there any books out there that are specific to the most difficult questions so that I donít spend time working on concepts that I already understand?
Lastly is there a tool to analyze the results of my practice exams to help me focus my studying? I noticed a tool in the link sticky but the tool appears broken ("LSAT Computer Analysis - Analyzes your PrepTests with a breakdown of question types.").

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