Studying for the LSAT / Re: Not happy with LSAT score - completely unsure of what to do next. Advice?« on: November 09, 2012, 08:20:05 PM »
Livinglegend gave you some good advice, however I am of the opinion that given enough time and work a person can always score higher on the LSAT. It is a learnable test, in my opinion. Also, most schools only take your highest score so taking it twice isn't that big of a risk anymore. As to a prep course if you had gone with any other company but Kaplan I would be very wary of advising you to take another one, however I've read so many horror stories about Kaplan that I really think they may have hurt you rather than help you. If you can afford another one I'd suggest looking into Powerscore or Testmasters. Also, what areas did you struggle on the most you think? If it was logic games or logical reasoning that is actually good as they are the most learnable parts of the test. I'd suggest buying the Powerscore Bibles for those two sections and working through them.