« on: September 26, 2004, 06:53:43 PM »
You know, I understand where you are coming from, and I really think that you should try to relax this week and spend your time convincing yourself that a) you will score in the low-to-mid 160's, and b) that you will feel great about that score.
After taking Testmasters twice and studying as long as you have, what determines your score on the real thing is going to come down to luck. You might get a 160 if you encounter a tough LR section and only do a couple of games on the LG. You might get a 167 if you are on a roll in LR and score some easier games in the LG section. Either way, no amount of studying you do this week is going to affect the result in a significant way.
I recommend doing 1 to 2 sections each day this week (NO full-length tests), in LG and LR. I've decided for myself that this schedule, while keeping my brain focused on LSAT all week, will also prevent me from writing a bad preptest within the next five days, and screwing up my mentality for the test.
Good luck, you are going to do just fine!