I did two straight months (6 hrs/day) of full time studying for the LSAT, and when I slowed down and did the questions without a timer, I got 1 to 2 wrong. But the speed of the test is screwing me up and I scored in the mid-50's after all that studying. Any tips? Did I burn out or do I need to study a few more months .....? I can't understand why I consistently get the same score (I've gone through the LG and LR Bibles twice, spent a LOT of time on them) . . . . Any tips?
My tip: quit working without a timer and start practicing under real test conditions. I know a lot of people recommend practicing without a clock, but they're all insane.
Timing all your practice sections is especially good advise in your case, since you already know that "the speed of the test screwing me up". Overcoming that problem means learning to work faster. Buy yourself a beeping kitchen timer and start doing all practice sections in 35 minutes.