Bah- that's sort of what I feared. Is there any way to counter that without actually buying each of the most recent prep tests individually (beside just lowering expectations)?
I'm in a lynch mob? I had no idea. This is really worrying; I really don't have time for another extra-curricular activity.
In preparing for the June test, I began by completing the original 10 actual official LSATs book, and will now lead up to test day with the tests from 10 more actual official LSATs. I have read in several places that the logic games of the mid 90s are more difficult than those currently used. 1) How much truth is there to this, and to what extent will the tests that I have been practicing with affect my June LG performance?2) Is there a shift in the other sections as well? Does a solid LR and RC performance tests in the 90s mean good things for this year?I just don't want to be blindsided and perform lower than my expectations because I am taking the wrong tests. Any feedback would be appreciated.
Hand-wringing over minute changes in the test is a waste of time and energy. Learn to set up games. Learn to make deductions. Learn to analyze args. Learn to work questions efficiently. The test tests the same skills as it did a decade ago.