We at Blueprint like to think we know a lot about the LSAT. We’ve poured over every LSAT ever released to develop a curriculum that takes students through every facet of the exam. We’ve used that knowledge to develop online resources that are unparalleled by any other test prep company. We’ve looked at this dang exam from every angle, and know its every nook and cranny.
With the February exam so painfully close – ack! – you should now be doing a whole lot of time-pressure practice. But just hurrying isn’t going to get you where you need to be. You have to hurry in a smart fashion.
When I was studying for the LSAT back before the wheel was invented (yes, the crusty psychometricians at LSAC are older than time itself, and so am I), I found myself hitting a ceiling. That ceiling was 168.