You gave very little information about how you actually prep. Practice tests are important, but dont take the scores too seriously.
If you can, consider postponing your test date by two weeks.
Lets start from basics
1 through 10. Study your errors and learn from them.
Do this every day.
11. Master the Verbal Questions from the Official Guide - each one of them. Even the most simplest of problems.
12. Dont use the 885 set of SC's until you have learnt enough about Sentence Correction.
13. Use LSAT's only after you have a strategy to attack RC and CR. why? these are the toughest problems and you want to make sure that you are ready with some strategy.
14. To overcome this same exact problem that you are facing, I maintained a log of my errors. My guess (and i might be wrong) is that you reached a plateau because there is a consistent pattern in your mistakes. This is where the error log
Dont get me wrong, how you do on test day is the most important thing, error log
or not. In your final week , forget your kaplans, princetons and other things.. Only Study your error log
, Study OG , take Powerprep again, Study and Master idoms and grammar rules. There should be no room for guesswork.
It is no fun to maintain an error log
. Its takes a lot of patience and discipline. But if you want something special, you got to atleast try and do something special.
Your error log
might be the ultimate prep tool. If you maintain the discipline of updating your error log
frequently and if you read through your error log
every single day ( and i mean, every single day) , you should definitely see an improvement.
There is no book or no software (yet) that can adapt to your needs. this error log
helps you to do adapt to your needs every single day. you seem to be doing ok in Math, but dont let up. keep up that intensity in your MATH Prep.
for more information, i have posted a reply to dookie in this forum. please go through that.
Hope this helps.