« on: October 29, 2006, 06:48:12 AM »
I took kaplan before the Sept. LSAT. I was scoring high 40's too, until about 3 weeks before the test! On my Kaplan tests I scored 154, 145, 147, 154, and then on my practice tests afterwards I scored 155 and then 162. I'm retaking in December because I know I can do better than the 156 I scored on the Sept. LSAT. So my point is, I saw my scores go up the last few weeks. I know people give kaplan a bad wrap- but I thought their methods worked for me. It's different for everyone though I guess. So just practice the problems in the mastery book, and check to see why you aren't getting them right. On the weekends take practice tests, the earlier the better since the older tests may not reflect the new material on the LSAT. But you do have to give this A LOT of time, as much as you possibly have actually, if you want to score well.
PS- I have heard a lot of good things about the powerscore bibles too