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Thanks for the post, and I'm sorry to hear of your frustration! The LSAT is a tough test, and it's not uncommon for students to feel overwhelmed and frustrated while studying! You are certainly not alone, but you can do this.
A few thoughts — I noticed you mentioned taking practice tests and practicing the problems you struggle with, but I didn't see much focus on reviewing those tests and questions, which is key to improvement. So first, I would suggest that you thoroughly spend time reviewing your past tests and questions: what you did right, what you did incorrectly, and what you can improve. You might find these LSAT Blog Posts useful regarding how to take and review practice tests:
- http://blog.powerscore.com/lsat/bid/331 ... ctice-Test
- http://blog.powerscore.com/lsat/bid/153 ... tice-tests
- http://blog.powerscore.com/lsat/the-bes ... tice-tests
- https://blog.powerscore.com/lsat/how-to ... are-stuck/
- https://blog.powerscore.com/lsat/lsat-p ... ill-tests/ 1:24:04 – Dave and Jon discuss "The Teaching Test" (which in this context is regarding RC, but can be applied to all sections of the LSAT)
- https://www.powerscore.com/lsat/podcast/4/Episode 4: How to Solve Parallel Reasoning Questions
- https://www.powerscore.com/lsat/podcast/11/ Episode 11: Necessary Assumption Questions
- https://www.powerscore.com/lsat/podcast/12/ Episode 12: Sufficient Assumption/Justify the Conclusion Questions
If you would like some further advice, I would suggest providing a bit more detail first. I would encourage you to read this blog post: https://blog.powerscore.com/lsat/need-l ... -help-you/, and use it as a guideline to provide us with some more information. A better sense of your prep history, your strengths, weaknesses, and your test score breakdowns will help us point you in the right direction.