I just got off a Skype session with a private tutoring student. She's a smart girl, scored 164 on the cold diagnostic assessment. Her Logical Reasoning is good, Reading Comprehension too - but she's terrible at the games.
We received a couple of emails into the show about proctors making mistakes during the official LSAT. One of them was noisily shelling and eating pistachios and someone else took a couple of phone calls.
People often think we recommend proctored practice tests because of endurance, but that is actually NOT the reason. I'll tell you why we really recommend to do them in the video.