Hi I I have read the rules and several threads, so I know my lsat goals are not unrealistic with the needed effort and work. Question is what is the needed effort and work.
On my first diagnostic test I received a 154 without guesses, and 157 with guesses included. My goal is to get to a 165-170+. I am taking the LSAT in December so I have two months. RC is by far my strong suit. I usually finish all the questions and get a handful incorrect. LG are the worst for me and I complete and get correct about half of them. Logical Reasoning needs inmprovement although not as bad as LG.
- For the rest of September I plan to go through the Reading Comprehension Bible, as well as take the RC section from a couple of PrepTests.
- Then for the first two weeks of October I'll go through the LG Bible, and take the LG sections of a few Preptests, as well as the RC sections.
- The last two weeks of October I'll do the Logical Reasoning Bible, and take full Preptests doing all the sections.
- Then for the month of November I will continue reviewing the Principles, doing about 4 full legth tests a week, or possible one a day. I
I have about 4 hours a day, that I plan to dedicate to the LSATs for the next two months. Does that sound like a reasonable plan?
As a side question is there some way to get explanations to the preptests? I have the Actual Official test publications but they don't include explanations.
Thanks in advance