I took the June 09 exam and the score was junk. I did manage to take most of the PTs out there so I decided to take all the PTs out there once more. I finished taking the 10 PTs from the 10 Actual LSAT book. Scores fluctuated from 165 to 173.
I have a batch of incorrect LR questions I photocopied from the book to make it more convenient. When I review the incorrect questions, on a notebook I write the summary of the stimulus, and the question type. Write out why my original answer choice is wrong and write out why the correct answer is right. I also try to write little notes to myself like "read more carefully" "apply the answer choice to the stimulus" or "negate to see if it weakens".
But even with this i feel like i'm missing something. Is there are better way to review LR questions?