I really need to practice more and understand my mistakes. Also time management and staying calm are important.
Some of tips (general and specific) I collected from different posts:
You should be relaxed and resolute.
I trained with the OG by taking questions 10 at a time, under 20 min.
Study your mistakes.
Also make sure you know why your getting the answers right
make sure your approach is the most efficient way to solve the problem.
Approach each question like nothing else in the world matters except getting that question right.
Do not think about the past or future.
Completely focus on the question you are on and nothing else.
Do not let your mind wander at all. Every second counts.
Study Kaplan 800
Study Kaplan Verbal workbook
and PR verbal workbook
Study all OG RC and SC
Read LSAT RC
and logical reasoning
Stop doing full length tests.
Firstly, focus on questions that you have got CORRECT in the past and try to identify the grammar flaws (for SC) in all the incorrect options
It is extremely important to keep an error log
. It is more important to review your error log
on a weekly basis.
Instead focus on the concepts and "learn the concepts to the bone".
Try to solve problems under timed conditions, you could do in steps of 20 problems at a time.
Be very careful of first few questions and keep track of your time during the exam.