...heh. Sorry about that, but I could use some advice. I've been taking the Princeton Review course for the February LSAT, but so far, the scores I've been getting on the preptests aren't what I want. I'd like high 160s AT LEAST, and placing in the low 170s would basically be perfect. The trouble is with the three preptests I've taken so far (timed and all that), I'm nowhere near that. The first one without strategies was a 151, the others, respectively, where 148 and 149. That's not going to get me to the schools I want to go, so I've pushed the test date back to June, though I'm going to finish the rest of the course. I've heard the Powerscore Bibles are very useful. Does anyone have suggestions for a self-study regimen? From looking around on the forums, it seems like I just need to take more timed preptests. Or it could be test fatigue, given that I've studied every day for what seems like forever. The logical reasoning seems to be my weakest point, though I seem to be doing better on the homework. Logic games are OK so long as I don't panic. Thanks in advance for whatever advice y'all might have.
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