LSAT Study Time and Effort

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LSAT Study Time and Effort

Postby sfreuden » Thu Dec 16, 2010 12:12 am

Basically what the title says: How much time and effort have you put into studying for the LSAT?

I signed up for the June test, and I'm just starting to take practice tests now. Is that how people have studied? Are there any other ways to improve your score other than practice, practice, practice?

And if you don't mind me asking, how big a difference have you seen from your first PT to your actual score? How consistent do you test on the PTs?

Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions. I really appreciate it.

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Re: LSAT Study Time and Effort

Postby kkklick » Thu Dec 16, 2010 12:15 am

The search button is your friend.

But a few quick points:

- How much time and effort? A ton.
- Other ways of improving score? Prep course, reviewing tests. But practice is key.
- PT scores are almost always higher than your real score. The average drop is about 3 from what I've seen but could be anything it depends how you are in pressure testing situations.
- consistency on PT's will be noticed after you hit your apex. I remember at one point scoring 9 167's in a row.

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