Tonight is the fifth night of Hanukkah. The story goes that back in the second century B.C., after the Jews re-conquered the temple in Jerusalem from Greek forces, there was only enough oil to last one night. That oil miraculously burned for eight nights, and that miracle is what Hanukkah is all about.
As we come down to the wire here, practice tests are increasingly important as an LSAT practice tool. They’re hugely useful for replicating the experience of a real test, and for exposing you to more and more questions.
But a practice test is perhaps most useful for helping you identify what you don’t know – and if you aren’t testing with that in mind, then you’re far from optimizing those PTs. How can you make sure you’re getting the most out of those grueling hours? By focusing on your errors.