Is your father molesting you? If so, report him to the authorities. Seriously, if you broke 160 on your first diagnostic, you can probably break 170 on the real thing. Study hard, over a few months. Work through at least 25 prep tests, preferably more. Read the powerscore bibles (twice) or take a TM/PS/BP course.
Is your father molesting you? If so, report him to the authorities.
Study hard, over a few months. Work through at least 25 prep tests, preferably more. Read the powerscore bibles (twice) or take a TM/PS/BP course.
I don't know if people will agree with me, but I would suggest taking the LSAT while you're still in college.
No breaks, no phone, no digital timers, no other people helping you, etc.
but, like you, I hope to split and I hope to split hard!
I would wait until six months or so before you want to take the test to start studying. 1) You'll have a year+ of school under your belt, which helps! 2) If you start now you'll probably burn out, and 3) six months is plenty of time.
the first thing you should do is take a real practice test under timed conditions...LSAT skills can become rusty over time, especially if you go for weeks without practicing...skills sharply honed during the first summer will have dulled before the beginning of the second.As an aside, you have a good chance to score 170+. My first diagnostic was 162 and I took it during the summer before my junior year. I sat for the June test and got a 175, so it is doable.
How did I miss this? Split baby split, spread that stuff wide!