« on: July 27, 2006, 08:08:48 PM »
I took the last LSAT in June. Typically in practice tests, I did aweful on the logic games, the best on the Args, and pretty good on the Reading Comp. On the actual test, I felt that the logic games were a breeze(go figure), the Reading Comp was about normal, and the Args were a lot more difficult than on any practice test I had taken. The reason why I felt the Args were more difficult was because they were a little more wordy than normal, so therefore I was more pressed for time than I was used to. The trend with the reading comp is that there are more questions than there used to be (28 on the June LSAT), but not really any more difficult. So, if I were you, having this under my belt now, I would practice with the most wordy args as possible, and don't worry way too much about the games. I was able to finish all 4 games, and that was something I could never do on the practice exams.