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Getting out of a plateau

NYC12345NYC12345 Alum Inactive Sage
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I am consistently scoring in the low 160s (160-163) and scoring in the mid 160s to low 170s (166-172) after BR. Do any of you have any suggestions on how to get out of a plateau. On BR, I immediately notice many careless mistakes, either due to misreading the questions or stimulus or time constraint, but I always seem to make comparable careless mistakes on the next PT I take. Does anyone else struggle with this issue? I am taking the October test and I have only completed PT 36-46 and June '07. I also have every single PT, including 1-35 and PT A,B and C. Would it be helpful for me to take every single one of them as a PT, or should I save some of them for drilling? I want to maximize my potential on the LSAT and I'm willing to take and thoroughly BR as many PTs as necessary.
@nicole.hopkins @amanda_kw @emli1000 @"Nilesh S" @ddakjiking @"Jonathan Wang"
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