Tips and Strategic Advice
Other resources that help in raising LSAT scores include prep courses, community learning centers offered at local colleges, online LSAT practice courses and tests, etc. Although these methods do not always work for everyone, many learn self disciplinary tips, if not a better sore on the LSAT test. For example, timing oneself on questions and which questions to skip or come back to later are skills that can be honed through practice.
Time is very important so one of the tips is to always practice under the time limits. For instance, instead of timing a section for 35 minutes, time it for 30 minutes. This type of method will increase thought processes, which can be used to tackle questions that require extra time to answer.
Another very important skill is to logically skim through passages. There is a difference between skimming for answers and skimming for logical reasoning. Logical skim reading requires a little extra time and effort. Do not read the question first. If you read the question first you create the first constraint for your logical reasoning, you must follow the logical constraints in the passage before applying the constraints found in the question. Logically skimming saves time, but you must be very careful not to use this method throughout the test.
The last advice is to integrate college class work time and LSAT study time. You don't have to do full sets of LSAT practice tests every day, in fact that is counterproductive. Try to do ten questions from each section every other day. You don't need to create extra stress for yourself; relax and repeat questions you have missed.
Missing a question doesn't mean you are not smart enough for law school, missing a question simply means you have not understood what the question is asking. Never look at the explanations of the questions, unless you absolutely cannot figure out what you did wrong. The reason behind repeating problems is to try and figure out how to solve the problem on your own, that way you are better prepared for the LSAT.