Did your experience self-studying for the SAT/ACT during high school help you with your current LSAT preparation?
In other words, did you learn anything about yourself (while studying for your college boards) that you will use while studying for the LSAT?
My personal experience: I don't think that I would even consider self-studying for the LSAT had it not been for positive experiences self-studying for the SAT during high school. I learned so much about myself and my study habits, and I plan to use what I learned to craft a personalized LSAT study regimen.
Does anyone else feel the same? Did your success with your college boards give you some confidence with the LSAT?
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Considering the amount of time I spent studying for the SAT is less than the amount of time I spent during my first time having sex, no.
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