Episode 40: Should You Focus on the Overall Score or Learning From Your Mistakes When Taking Practice LSAT Tests?

Andrew asks if he has enough time to study for the December 2015 LSAT or should he wait until the February 2016 test. He also asks if he will be at a disadvantage if he takes a later LSAT because more people will be sitting for the exam.

Kayle is doing well on her practice LSAT tests (scores of 169 and 172). When studying, she asks if she should: a) concentrate primarily on the number of questions missed; b) consider the overall score; or c) ignore everything and focus on learning from her mistakes?

Dennis is concerned about a college class that has negatively impacted his GPA. He is currently retaking the class. Should he apply to law school as soon as his LSAT score is available, or wait until the semester is finished so he can report the better grade and higher GPA?

We also tackle Logical Reasoning questions 5 and 6 (Section 2) from the June 2007 LSAT.

Don’t forget to try out the LSAT tracker. This lets you track your progress and discover what you need to work on.

Lastly, Heather Jarvis, student loan expert, will be a guest on an upcoming episode. If you have a question for Heather, email us by Sept. 1.

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