I am enrolled in the testmasters course for the december LSAT, and just got back from my first diagnostic pre-test. I knew almost nothing about the LSAT and had zero familiarity with its format or the kinds of questions I would be asked.I have to say, that poo was hard! I found managing my time difficult and do not think I did very well on the logic games. I get my score back tomorrow, so then I will know where I stand...Has anyone else had a similar experience of getting whacked by the LSAT on your first test? And has anyone else finished a course with testmasters? How many points can I expect to improve, if I start with absolutely no preparation at all? thanks.
1) Obtain every publication you can regarding the LSAT and read through the various strategies. Find what works for you and go from there.I've gathered from other posts here that it may be better to learn one method (PS/Kaplan, etc..) vs looking at many different methods and possibly becoming confused. I am interested in if you leaned towards one method over another.