Question for all you seasoned veterans out there:
I've pushed my test back twice already, but recently (very recently) I've seen gains, and I'm working my way through the LG bible which is the last piece of the puzzle for me.
I'm doing well on LR and RC, I grasp the questions and feel comfortable answering them but I miss a few every section. and now i'm practicing between a 157 and 162 (two most recent). I know I can probably shave 10 questions off w/ heavy LG practice over the next few weeks but I also think I can tighten up on LR and RC and start to see some gains there.
my question is do you think it's a good idea to push back AGAIN? The first time i pushed back I wasn't prepared at all and barely knew how to approach studying for the test, but the last 3+ months I've been studying intensely. My last test before I started scoring in the 150s and low 160s was a 144 (late october) , and i started at a 146. Now I really think I can gain even more ground. If i score around a 165 does it pay to retake? I don't know how long getting good at LG will take. I just started aggressively studying LG about two weeks ago.
On your 162 scores, how many questions are you missing from each question type? If mostly LG, then think about doing three logic game sections
every day between now and the test. That should put you in decent shape by having you see nearly every game given on a test.