Hi everyone-I've been reading the posted messages the last 2 months and just decided to post one myself. Okay..... this is my dilemma and any constructive criticism would be greatly appreciated!I'm preparing for the December LSAT and so far my score is just really inconsistent. Depends on the day I'm having I guess. On a good day, I'm scoring in the 150's and on bad day- I score in the 140's.My major PROBLEM is the LG section!! I freaken hate this @#$%^& section. I have the Powerscore LG Bible and will be going over it starting this week. I flipped through it & literally got a major migraine just looking at. I totally suck at this section.As for the LR section, this is what is basically saving me. I like this section & would imagine I could only improve by the Dec LSAT.As for the Reading Comprehension, I'm so-so. I find my mind wandering off sometime during this section.I'm looking to stay in Michigan for law school. At this point, I don't care where the hell I go because this LSAT is driving me insane.These are the questions I have:1) How can I improve on the LG section? Besides praying and looking over the Powerscore LG Bible- what else?!!!Read the Logic Games Bible THOROUGHLY and do all of it's example games. Read the explanations that the LGB gives for each game like it's going to save your life. (see other comments below)2) Is 3 months enough time to get my score up or should I post-pone the LSAT until February? I know I'm cutting my chances short but if that's what I have to do to get my score up then I'll do it!If you're going to take the LSAT in December you need to make SURE you've got your Letters of Recommendation and Transcripts sent into LSAC before you take the test. In fact, I would apply to most of the schools you're interested in before you take the LSAT and mark "Expecting LSAT Scores in December" on the application. They'll wait for your scores. This is MUCH better than applying in February when 80% of their open seats for the class of 2008 are filled. I would even go so far as to recommend waiting to apply in 2005 and take in the June 2005 LSAT. Rushing can be fatal to getting in. 3) Any tips for the RC section?After you read each paragraph in a reading comprehension passage write one sentence next to the paragraph summarizing what it said. This will help your comprehension and help you answer the questions with more ease. Thanks,Oh and I have a 3.3 GPA & I'm taking the Princeton Review course in a couple weeks!!