When attempting early practice LSATs under timed conditions, many students come away extremely discouraged with their results. This is understandable, of course, as your LSAT score is the key to attending a great school, and a poor performance can hold you back more than any other factor. So how should you view low scores early in your prep, and what can you do to get past them?
In this LSAT Forum Post of the Day, PowerScore Course Developers Jon Denning and Nikki Siclunov help a student who's struggling with low scores determine what to do next in terms of test confidence, preparation options, and test day goals.
Here's a quick preview. But be sure to check out the full thread to read the entire explanation Jon and Nikki provided:
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