Originally Posted by XKxRome0ox
and i say the LSAT is not a test you can study for
you either got it or you don't
LSAT is the one test where someone can walk in and take it with zero prep and get a "perfect" score
because it's based on how your brain works naturally
you can't reprogram your brain in 3-4 months
Complete BS. You can easily train your brain to at least think the LSAT way in 1-2 months and increase your ability if you had none before.
People who continue to get low scores just refuse to learn the important things (POE, logic, etc)
I'm not saying you can go from 150 to 170+, but a significant improvement seems to be the norm for the majority of those who really take preparation seriously.
I know I am a good test taker myself, but for me, when it comes to tests like those and prep, the difference between a 2 day review and a 1-2 months prep is going from low to high 90s.. I'd say that's significant.
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the other sections tell you to pick the "best" answer
so even with unlimited time, you aren't guaranteed to score 100% on them
There is always a right answer up to maybe 99% level... Just have to carefully eliminate all the right things until nothing remains. Every question has "the closest" answer. Out of the two remaining, one is always better.