« on: November 30, 2009, 08:05:59 PM »
Sorry, a little oversensitive in the AM - thought you were being sarcastic.
That's good news that it's possible to improve your score significantly.
It took me around a half hour to do just 2 sample logic games and I only got
around 60% of them right:-)
ptoomey, if you are really an actual student seeking admission to Law School and legitimately looking for quality LSAT test prep advice and instruction rather than being a deceptive shill from somewhere like say Atlas LSAT Test prep it would be helpful, since you keep posting vague contradictory stuff, if you would post accurate information about your study plan ideas, things you've done so far, materials you have and gone through or are considering getting, discussing prep ideas, and asking legitimate questions that a real student revving up to take the LSAT would ask, etc.
It is not even clear when you plan to take the LSAT from your posts and what materials you have been using.
If you are being truthful and have worked two LSAT logic games you obviously have authentic materials to practice with and know where to get them from, which contradicts your statement that you don't know where to get authentic LSAT PT's to prep with.
LSAC http://www.lsac.org/LSAT/lsat-prep-materials.asp only provides 8 LG questions for free in that URL and also provides a free full test that EarlCat mentioned. http://www.lsac.org/pdfs/SamplePTJune.pdf
So, if you are actually an honest student seeking LSAT prep in order to improve your score and gain admission to a quality Law School, getting 60% correct in 30 minutes working the first two full real LSAT logic games you have seen and attempted bodes well for your final score potential.
Unfortunately, based on the content of your posts I doubt that you are not a shill nor are actually a legitimate student seeking to take the LSAT and gain admission to Law School. My current opinion/belief is that you are somebody falsely posing as a student and posting as such in order to drive business to Atlas LSAT test prep (that you posted a link to) which has a web page filled with non LSAC authentic administered logic games manufactured from that company, which is the ultimate sin and biggest red flag of them all in terms of rating quality LSAT preparation services.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
If you are really a student seeking advice about how to improve your score and got suckered into LSAT prep from an organization that uses non authentic LSAT materials, ask questions and somebody will try to post quality advice for your situation for free. Me, EarlCat, and others will do so.
If you are a hired shill, please disappear since this board is a no shill zone and that policy is enforced heavily.