I've been studying for the LSAT for god knows how long. I'm still pretty unstable when I do the exam under timed condition, and I'm not exactly sure why and what the remedies are. I guess I get bogged down on the questions when I do them, and that causes me to miss the right answers. When I look them over later, the right answers can't be anymore obvious. I'm still inconsistent with my RC, getting around anywhere from 16-20 right, and I only finish 3/4 LG even though I get 100% right on the 3 that I do tackle. (For some reason though, I always get 0% on my guesses on the fourth one!!! what's the deal??!!)
I took the 2nd diagnostic with testmasters two weeks ago, and did horrible since I misbubbled 7 and totally misread the easist sequential game ever. I didn't feel too discouraged because as I've stated before I only had 30min of sleep and ended up scoring 162 on another diagnostic few days later when I did it on my own under strict time condition.
Yet, I'm still unsure how I'll do on the real thing. Would I end up with 154? Or would I suck up and score 160 or even 162?? I'm feeling more unsure by the day, and for past two days I've decided to not look at LSAT material at all and relax.
Anyone have any motivational pep talk you'd like to share with me? Any word of advice?