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Hi guys. I need some quick advice. I've been studying for the LSAT for about 2 months, nearly done with drilling LR and going to start on RC next week. I'm fine with LG just need to work on timing. I plan on being in DC for President Obama's re-inauguration which is just the week before the February LSAT. I would be missing about 3 days of studying time (right up till Tuesday) and then taking the LSAT on that weekend. Is that something I should be worried about or does one usually take the few days before the LSAT less intensive and just a couple PTs? Thanks!!
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You'll be fine. It's actually not recommended to "cram" right before the test. If you aren't ready 3 days out you won't be ready when the test comes. Enjoy the inauguration. Just read over it and do some PTs. The day before I wouldn't even do anything. The morning of...do some LG's and LR's to get your mind moving before the test.
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