So your June LSAT score came out. It didn’t knock your socks off. You’ve evaluated your options and decided that you’re going to retake the LSAT. What now?
In the days before the June LSAT, you were probably doing lots of practice tests and timed practice. Now, it’s time to slow down. Review everything. Focus in on your weaker areas, and try to turn them into things you confidently understand. Don’t worry about your speed just yet; it’s time to really focus on your mastery of the LSAT’s underlying logic.
Reviewing questions you’ve done is always important, but it’s especially important for you now. Everything you do, you need to review. Every time you miss a question or get one right by lucky guess, try to pick that question apart until you feel like you could explain it to someone else.