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Postby grey_syntactics » Mon Jan 10, 2011 7:29 pm

Hi everyone.

I will be starting a self-study regimen this week for the June 2011 exam. In all your wisdom, do you think 10-12 hours/week is enough? Now -> exam is about 22 weeks.

I know that the answer is going to depend on how tactful I am about my studying. Let's just assume that I am following Pithypike's Study Guide (see sticky).

Btw, I have the following study materials:

1) PTs
2) The Official LSAT Superprep
3) Kaplan Mastery 2009 Edition

4) Powerscore LGB
5) Powerscore LRB
6) Powerscore RCB

7) Powerscore LGB Workbook
8) Powerscore LGB Ultimate Setups Guide
9) Powerscore LGB Flashcards
10) Powerscore LRB Flashcards

Thank you!

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Re: Self-Study

Postby ATR » Tue Jan 11, 2011 3:41 pm

IMO, it's not really about how long you study; how much you accomplish is more important. Here's a good self-study guide for reference: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=41657

Good luck!

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