In case you haven't tried our free, online LSAT self study tracker, we've updated to a version where you can input your answer data from all of the official LSAT PrepTests 19-65. The analyzer will then track your performance (no need for a complicated Excel document) and prioritize the Zen task standards by how many questions we predict you'll miss on a modern LSAT. That way you know exactly how to target your self-prep!
We're also in the process of updating the data output to be graphical, so if you have any comments about what you'd like to be able to do with your data or have suggestions for the data entry parts of the site, we'd very much appreciate them at email@example.com.
We'll be updating the site frequently so that you can track the older PrepTests, as well as providing more video explanations for how to approach each Zen task standard and eventually explanations for all LSAT questions, ever. That way you can only buy the explanations you need, rather than for all the questions in an entire PrepTest.
Below is the video explaining the general features of the analyzer, but be sure to check it out as there are even more features packed in that didn't make the 3:30 cut.