Studying for the LSAT / Re: After one and half months of Testmasters, I am doing worse than before. HELP« on: September 11, 2005, 04:23:46 PM »
Sp33d and thuderdog,
thanks for the support guys, i wish you guys the best as well. I am really not feeling too well, but the idea of delaying the test until dec is starting to sound better and better. I have put in too much investment into law school to just let it all go. Still, I am extremly disappointed at my lack of progess even though I had done so much studying. I really don't understand how and why I could be doing worse than before on the TM course, I was getting most of the homeworks right, but totally screwed it all up on the test.
I am going to go and speak to my TM teacher on monday to see what advice she can provide for me, also going to look into changing the test date to December. I really don't want to get my ass pounded by the lsat for another tests, but it looks like i have no choice.
Solution? I am going to try the bibles from powerscores instead.
Here's my two cents. I studied for the LSAT in advance before my testmasters course. I studied with logic reasoning bible adn logic game bible and it really helped me a lot in terms of absorbing new materials from TM since powerscore methodologies and TM were almost identical. I honestl think that for most of us, 2.5 month isn't very adequate to handle one of the most important exams in our lives thus far. I think that it may be best for you to postpone it till december. For now, I suggest that you redo ALL the TM homework before you buy logic reasoning bible and Logic game bible. Doing the hw the second time really helped me understand some of the things I missed the first time. This may not be a lot but when you consider that if you get 2 more correct answers on each section, which accumulates to 8 more correct answers in total, this will boost your mark considerably. Good luck.