Don't just focus on whether you got an LSAT question right or wrong. Focus on why you got it right or wrong.
Although taking and grading your LSAT prep tests is important, what's even more important is analyzing why you got some questions right and other questions wrong. Spend some time figuring out what type of questions you can easily answer and what kinds of questions give you trouble. From there, determine what about the questions you got wrong stump you the most, and work on those types of questions and their idiosyncracies in order to improve your understanding and accuracy.
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