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full time study for LSAT schedule

Postby mz253 » Mon Apr 26, 2010 5:21 pm

finally the school is almost over..

but how do you guys study for LSAT full time? won't you get bored doing the things for over 8 hours a day? anyone can show me a sample schedule?

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Re: full time study for LSAT schedule

Postby jr1886 » Mon Apr 26, 2010 6:19 pm

4 hours-Excluded 30 min breaks- everyday except on Sunday. You won't get bored if you have something to motivate you.

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Re: full time study for LSAT schedule

Postby allison34363 » Mon Apr 26, 2010 9:20 pm

Ideally, after going through the Bibles, you would take no more than one test each day. Take it in one sitting, break for a few hours, and at night you should review the answers.

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Re: full time study for LSAT schedule

Postby bartleby » Mon Apr 26, 2010 9:33 pm

Reviewing a section takes a lot of time, especially in LR. 35 min for 26 questions, then reviewing = you can fill up 4 hours fast.

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Re: full time study for LSAT schedule

Postby mz253 » Tue Apr 27, 2010 12:18 am

why it takes so long to review a section? how did you do it?

bartleby wrote:Reviewing a section takes a lot of time, especially in LR. 35 min for 26 questions, then reviewing = you can fill up 4 hours fast.

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Re: full time study for LSAT schedule

Postby bigben » Tue Apr 27, 2010 12:20 am

This is a bad idea. You should keep it to 4-6 hrs per day and then have something mundane to do with the rest of the day that lets your brain recharge (like an easy job). But not straight up leisure/tv/drinking, that will be a detriment to your training.

4-6 hrs allows for one practice test + review per day.

Or you can spend the time working through the LG bible, etc. But mostly practice tests.

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Re: full time study for LSAT schedule

Postby mz253 » Tue Apr 27, 2010 2:51 pm

i wonder how you guys use preptest you've used under timed condition? should i just erase everything and do it as new sections or should i focus on analyzing my mistakes?

also, considering new/old pt, why i didn't find anything that is significantly different? i feel that LR is easier because the language is more clear, reading wise, passage difficulty is the same, questions gets less straightforward.. for game, i would not conclude its easier since i find in some tests, there's always one game that completely throws me off...

any input from you guys?



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