Dear Khan Academy,
When I started your LSAT prep course I started with taking a full LSAT in order so that you can assess my strengths and weaknesses. After I completed the full LSAT (within your LSAT course) I got many of the questions answered correctly HOWEVER it took my way longer than the normal time (35 min per section) to answer the LSAT questions correctly. Now, how does this work? When you provide me practice problems (after I take the full LSAT) are those specific practice problems given to me due to the fact that I took a way longer than the normal amount of time to finish each section?
When you diagnose my strengths and weaknesses are you making that diagnosis solely based on the questions that I answered correctly and incorrectly?
Are the question types that you provide me (as practice problems) designed to help me learn how to correctly answer the question types that I incorrectly answered during the diagnostic? Or... Are the question types that you provide me based on the fact that it took me an extremely long time (way longer than 35 min per section) to answer the LSAT questions?
When you have time, can you please let me know your thoughts regarding my questions?