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HawksJetsFalcons wrote:The past few days have been tough for me. Balancing 55 hour work weeks and this damn LSAT have been killing me. I'm taking the test for the second time, and this time I was smart enough to save up for a Kaplan course. However, I've gone from -5 to -7 on LR sections to -12 to -14 on LR sections and I'm not sure why. I'm assuming that it's burnout, and the pressure is finally getting to me, but idk. I thought about taking a few days off from studying, but I am way too close to test day to even consider that now.
Anyone else suffering with this? and if so, how are you dealing with it?
Burnout is a serious issue. It sounds like you've had a lot on your plate. As counter-intuitive as it may seem (and I wish I had followed to this advice when I was studying the first time around), I really think you should take a break and relax. Take a couple days completely off from LSAT prepping, sit around home or do some of your favorite activities.
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