I haven't been studying as much as I'd like, maybe 5-6 hours per week, but I plan on really stepping it up over this last month (LSAT is just 4 weeks away T_T!). I got the LSAT bibles, and now I've finished the logic reasoning bible and the logic games bible, and this week I'm going to start the reading comp bible, hope to finish it in 1-2 weeks.
Anyways, I'm pretty sure I'm not going to sustain growth on every practice test - I've probably hit a plateau. There were a string of 5-6 questions in one of the logic reasoning sections where I missed 4 of them, really hurt me. And there's usually one of the four logic games that I get maybe 3-4 wrong, and the other ones I can do no problem.
Another issue I need to work on is timing - I'm able to do all the problems without TOO much problem, but I'm just a few minutes slow. For example, in the logic games, you have ~9 mins to do each game... I do them in 10-11. You have 35 minutes for a section, I usually do it in 40. So, I need to practice a lot more to get my timing good. I haven't taken a practice test under 'full simulation' (timing myself, etc).
I'm going to start that on the next test I take.
Anyways, felt like writing that. My goal for the LSAT on June 7 is 175. So I need +4 points and then to be able to sustain that up until the actual test.