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I'm not sure how much time necessarily, but I've found when I need a break from studying, I try to spend a little of it working on my PS and other pieces...I feel like it can take a while to really get a few solid pieces out that are perfectly crafted. It also depends on how much actual time (like if you work 80 hrs a week, might be difficult to create a really amazing PS in 3 weeks) you are going to have to devote to working on it between the LSAT and when you plan on submitting your apps
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