G'evening everybody. I am developing a six month study plan for the June 16th LSAT. My goal is to score 165 or above. I would appreciate any input you have that may help me.
Today, I took my first practice LSAT. My preparation for the test consisted of reviewing general advice online for about an hour.
LSAT PrepTest 48, December 2005 (timed)
1) logical reasoning: 15/26 (ran out of time and blind-guessed last 6)
2) logic games: 9/22 (I felt overwhelmed by time limits and had trouble making effective diagrams)
3) reading comp.: 16/26 (Finished 4-5 minutes early)
4) logical reasoning: 17/27 (Tried going faster than the first LR section)
SCORE = 149
My plan is:
Month 1-4 = ~10hrs week
Month 4-6 = Take off work and prepare full-time.
Study Powerscore LR/LG Bibles and LSAT Superpep during the week and take 2 practice tests on the weekends. What is a good RC guide?
Take lots of practice tests and use guides to help review tough areas.
Enroll in full-time prep course. Powerscore?
How does this sound as a rough guide? And, are there any examples or guides available for the new Comparative Reading segment?
Thanks in advance for any advice