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prep time

Postby joeb89 » Mon Feb 01, 2010 12:04 am

How much should you study for the LSAT per week? I want to avoid burnout--I'm set to take the 6/7/10 LSAT

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Re: prep time

Postby Cupidity » Mon Feb 01, 2010 12:11 am

No such thing as burnout.

And, if you burnout for the LSAT, law school isn't for you.

Do one full diagnostic a week, and review it heavily. 3 hour, timed test, 2-3 hours to review what you got wrong and why. If you do this every week, you will score high.

Another tip, is to print out individual games, and keep them on your person, if you have 10-15 minutes waiting for something or on a bus, do one.

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Re: prep time

Postby blhblahblah » Mon Feb 01, 2010 2:29 am

Cupidity wrote:No such thing as burnout.

And, if you burnout for the LSAT, law school isn't for you.

Do one full diagnostic a week, and review it heavily. 3 hour, timed test, 2-3 hours to review what you got wrong and why. If you do this every week, you will score high.

Another tip, is to print out individual games, and keep them on your person, if you have 10-15 minutes waiting for something or on a bus, do one.


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