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Hmmm... I just got a 161 on the February 1993 exam. I didn't time myself. It took crazy long to get through the exam. I feel quite disappointed, maybe not about the grade, but about my timing. Is a 161 any good anyway? I took a Kaplan practice exam and got a 140 on it timed.

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Well I'm probably going to take a practice test right now, untimed. To see whether I can grasp the material - I will then move on and try to improve my timing and accuracy.

I took a Kaplan exam, but it just didn't feel right and my score showed just that. I sure didn't feel too good when I got that score back, who can feel pleasant after getting a.... 140?

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I'm pretty slow in everything, but my accuracy is usually spot on. I guess it'll take practice. So do I let the LRB gather dust or what?

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Should I worry too much about my timing yet? I know for sure that my timing is way off, just by doing the LGB.

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Horace Grant, that site offers some interesting methods.

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So you suggest that I move on to actual exams instead of looking at the LRB.

Should I move on to full exams even though I have not yet totally tailored my logic game methods to that of Powerscore yet?

Does anybody else have a dissenting opinion for me or alternative mode of preparation?

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Well what about the LRB?

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Studying for the LSAT / Finished reading LGB, where do I go from here?
« on: March 16, 2007, 12:55:06 PM »
I'm looking for some suggestions on planning my study routine.

I've recently finished reading the LGB, completing all the included problems and such. I did pretty well on the examples, but I have not become accustomed to using all of Powerscore's methods yet and my timing is quite ugly.

Where do I go from here?

  • Read LGB again
  • Purchase previously administered exams and work only on the logic games section
  • Purchase previously administered exams and complete all sections: LG, LR and RC
  • Start and complete the LRB
  • Other/We Hate you/We don't need anymore Jewish lawyers

Thanks folks.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Powerscore Weekends
« on: February 12, 2007, 12:06:45 AM »
You said it was a good introduction to studying. I'm taking the real exam June, the weekend course is on May 19, 20. Seems like that's way too late to have an introduction to studying.

I'm probably going to work my ass off in advance, by working on the LGB/LRB.

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Studying for the LSAT / Powerscore Weekends
« on: February 11, 2007, 11:54:57 PM »
Have any of you taken the Powerscore Weekend course?

If so, what do you think of it?

Before someone takes the course, how should one prepare for the weekend course?

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