I'll write this out again. I curse this HP laptop..they placed the little mouse pad incorrectly..you can reach for a letter & your palm will barely slide the mouse pad..and you'll X something out. That's what I just did.
Billy, you should seriously slow down with the PT's. If you're up to 41, I think you should save 41 - 56 for the last 2/3 weeks before the test. I know you went through the 20's PT book & went over the wrong ones you got..how long ago was it that you actually took these tests? I think you should do them again...absolutely no harm. You get to do 4 more LG's..making sure you have the right diagram and inferences. Then, even with RC, you're not going to remember questions like: The 3rd paragraph is structued by.." YOu know..questions like that you wont totally remember, and youll get additional practice shooting back to a passage, getting the right answer & moving on. Do it again with the 30's PT book.
There is the extra variable of your class. There will be a few diagnostic classes..they may be PT's you've taken before, as I wrote in the above, thats ok. You'll get the extra added benefit of having a realistic environment to take the test in. The bulk of the class will be lessons & homework. You can take notes in class & do the homework..and talk to your istructor about things you're having a problem with.
Then, in the last 2 or 3 weeks, depending on the schedule you make up for yourself, you can take 5 PT's a week until test day, or 4 PT's a week if you start 3 weeks out..
Hopefully you get the general idea of what I'm saying. You seem to be in a groove now, I'm assuming you can finish every section on time. I think by redoing older tests you'll be able to keep that skill sharpened, and you'll be doing your course...saving those PT's till the end..for when it all comes together!
Side note, I think Superprep should be read as many times as possible. I mean..its FROM THEM!! I found this, maybe people have known about it forever: http://www.lsac.org/pdfs/2008-2009/LSATPreparation2008web.pdf
It has great stuff in it. I did the first 15 pages the other day, and plan to finish it tomorrow. The first 15 pages has 2 regular RC passages and then 2 comparative passages with full explanations. I didnt get to the LR section, but I'm sure it'll be useful. TO me, whenever LSAC is describing why answers are wrong..and you got that answer wrong...PAY ATTENTION...always remind yourself of what they said, etc. If I sound excited, its because I am PUMPED.