I don't mean to be a total a-hole, but if the LSAT is this difficult for you, are you sure law school is the right choice? The LSAT is a total breeze compared to the tests I had in my first year. If it took months of study for me to get just 150, I probably would have reconsidered my choice. And tricky wording is all you're ever going to read for the next three years. I'm not just being a prick, seriously. I have a friend who worked his a@@ off like this to get a moderate-decent LSAT score. He had to do the same all through law school, working more than most, and then did the same to pass the bar. Took him 3 tries. Now he's a lawyer and he hates it, looking at doing something else. I'd have started looking at that possibility when just the basic entrance test was that much of an issue.