I've been studying for about three months for the June LSAT, which is in less than five days. I have taken a prep course, that I feel has taught me everything I need to know for the test. My diagnostic score at the beginning of the course was a 148 (don't think that's too bad for someone who has never seen an actual LSAT question before). However, although I have learned so much during the course, I am still scoring 148s on practice exams... every single time. I noticed a few weeks ago that a significant issue I was having was the timing, so I focused on that, taking multiple LR, LG, and RC sections and abiding by the 35 minute limit. I feel that I have improved substantially, but I'm still scoring right around 148. A week ago I found a glimpse of hope when I scored a 156, finally made some improvement! Yet, my previous three practice tests have been right back at 148. I feel like I'm doing everything in my power to improve my score, taking practice tests, review, more review, some more practice tests, and even more review. I've even made notes that include how to approach each type of logical reasoning question, plus an outline of each logic game setup, as well as an outlined approach to answering reading comp questions. Nonetheless, I'm making zero improvements in my overall score. There are no specific types of questions that I miss on any of the sections, my scores fluctuate for each. Only consistent thing I've noticed is that I tend to score lower on RC.
At this point I have determined two possibilities in regards to taking the test on Monday: Take the damn thing, or wait until October. I am unsure about taking it on Monday because of the fact I'm still not seeing improvements, but on the other hand, I am going to be likely too busy to study as intensely as I am now for the October test because of the different organizations I am taking leadership positions in this coming school year. I live in Arizona, so I have the joy of starting school in August. Any suggestions of what I should do, or how I can improve my score?! I'm becoming more and more frustrated with the entire situation, as I have a cumulative 4.1 GPA, and have never been unable to persevere through any academic challenges. All help is much appreciated!
My goal for the test is a 160, but I would be more than content with a score in the upper 150's.