any opinions...or other schools you think I should apply to.
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It must be dispiriting to not be able to improve as much as you want, even after all that practice. It seems you've done LOTS of work, and if it's all been done in the 2.5 month period, I say you might be just going into overkill.
Consider taking a month off or so, and attacking it again. Erase all the answers from your previous sections and try again - trust me, you won't remember everything, there are questions I've retried again with only a month or so in between and I can't seem to remember what I even picked in the first place. Review the LGB and the LRB -- those are absolute gems. Try to apply the principles they teach you to the tests again, making sure you do it untimed until you can average, say, in the 160-165 range (or whatever you are aiming for). If you can score consistently untimed in the 160s and above, start timing yourself -- if you can get the logic down, timing is only a matter of practice.
Best of luck to you.
Just take it now. You'll be fine. If you need to retake, then retake.
as a poster above pointed out
this is my third sitting. a fourth would kill, dont a ya think?
Play Halo 3 for 25 straight hours before the test, Halo 3 is far more nerves-inducing than the LSAT
You know what? I got a 159, sure I am dissapointed but I also know that its not terrible. its below my average but its still going to get me into law school, and not a horrible one at the hopefully!
160ers be proud of yourselves!