You just need to break the ice. I spent forever studying and doing problems and none of it came together in my head. My first practice score was 19-20 i think. So i stopped worrying about getting THROUGH the material x number of times, and sort of just focused on learning whatever i was looking at COLD. then all sortsa connections started coming together all at once..even from different subjects.
I think like a week later, even without learning that much more, i at least knew some things really well. My score went from 19-20 to the 30s
So yeah, alot of people, your learning accelerates...you just need to get it going..change it up. No sense in doing practice problems until you at least understand 20-30% of the material.
Anyway, i don't wanna jinx anything, but my recent scores have been in the 35-38 range. I'm sorta drunk now because i was celebrating my 38. In the shower, with a 40 of Tequila.
Well not really, but it would've been cheaper if i had.
So yeah, there's hope. If Rocky can get ready enough to kick Ivan Drago's ass in a 2 minute montage....you can learn enough to get all the gimme passage questions right and enough knowledge questions to hit a 30.
There are countless stories of scores going up on test day......and I am willing to bet that it's probably true to a point. You'll be jacked up and ready to go....it'll help. Just have to push through the home stretch.