Thanks for the encouragement dta! Unfortunately, I wish I got your 151, that's how bad I did. I literally only made it through half of each section of the diagnostic (not good). Admittedly, that was the very first time I even opened up an LSAT...
Re: your taking every LSAT comment, how do you suggest I do that in conjunction with my Kaplan course? It's my understanding Kaplan now incorporates real LSATs in the curriculum. As another member here advised, I don't want to "taint" my results by potentially exposing myself to duplicative questions. Perhaps I can get a list of all the LSATs that are in the course from the office and just take all other LSATs in b/w classes?
Also, good advice about using this board for questions. I really appreciate how everyone here has a genuine comittment in helping each other (myself included!)
I'm just now starting to get exposed to the different techniques that are out there for each section. I'm still in the initial stages of training my brain back into academia mode after 4+ years of work experience (hence, my skepticism that 2.5+ months 'til June might not be adequate time for me to bridge the huge gap b/w my diagnostic and my 160 goal).
I'm still trying to determine my best study approach. I've got the Logic Games Bible arriving any day now. So I'm hoping Kaplan course, PR's Cracking the LSAT, the Bible, and perhaps a tutor/study companion(s) will help form my foundation...then, as you suggest, take test after test to build up my speed.
How do you think that approach sounds? Am I on the right track here people? Thanks