March-June Study Schedule for June 2011

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March-June Study Schedule for June 2011

Postby FloridaCoastalorbust » Thu Mar 10, 2011 2:08 pm

Gunning for T10 with 175+. I thought this may be helpful for some out there. If you follow this guide you will essentially have looked at every PT (whether that be through drills, sections, or full PTs), gone through all Kaplan Mastery, and every LG by type from 7-41. Note that 41-current LSATs are not included in the LG breakdown because you want to save the most recent for the last month-month and a half. Also, note that the LG schedule is on pithypikes method. So, for example this first month you will be completing all linear games (basic/advanced), and the second month you will be completing all remaining LG (grouping, hybrid, sequencing, etc.) Thus, you must avg. at least 3 new 3 old games per day to make this cycle work. I think everything else is fairly self explanatory. Some may think this is time intensive, but rest assured it is more than possible. I am a full time student working part time, and have way too many dumb UG softs I'm involved in. PM me if you want particulars

March 6 – April 5 (31 days)
LR: 12 questions/day in Kaplan Mastery (minimum)
• Assumption, Strengthen/Weaken, Flaw
LG: 3 new, 3 old games/day in LG booklet (minimum)
• All linears
RC: 1 full passage/3 days in actual PTs

4 timed PTs
10 LG sections, 10 LR sections timed
Superprep A (end of month)

April 6 – May 5 (30 days)
LR: 14 questions/day in Kaplan Mastery (minimum)
• Inference, Principle, Parallel, Paradox, Method of Argument, Main Point, Role of a Statement, Point at Issue
LG: 3 new, 3 old games/day in LG booklet (minimum)
• All grouping, sequencing, rare
RC: 1 full passage/3 days in actual PTs

10 LG sections, 15 LG sections timed
SuperPrep B (middle of month) SuperPrep C (end of month)
3-5 additional PTs timed

May 6 – June 5 (31 days)
15 PTs, Full review

This is my study schedule consolidated with pithypike's method, mine and several other TLSers. Studying LRB/LGB is necessary as well. I've already read both several times so I didn't include it. If your scores are lacking on timed PTs, consider looking at SOS' method of timed/untimed PTs.

Also keep in mind that 20+ gains are possible. The LSAT is about practice and hard work. If you want a 175 you will score a 175

Tabemaju
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Re: March-June Study Schedule for June 2011

Postby Tabemaju » Thu Mar 10, 2011 7:44 pm

Thanks for this. I've been trying to figure out the best angle of study for June using pithypike's setup with limited hours, and this is perfect.

Good luck!

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Re: March-June Study Schedule for June 2011

Postby Jack Smirks » Thu Mar 10, 2011 8:51 pm

If your scores are lacking on timed PTs, consider looking at SOS' method of timed/untimed PTs
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I'm curious as to what this is, do you have a link?

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Re: March-June Study Schedule for June 2011

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