What should I do?

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loganadr
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What should I do?

Postby loganadr » Thu May 26, 2011 5:45 pm

I've been studying for the June LSAT, and after peaking at a 169, I've scored a 163 and 160 on the two tests since then. I'm taking a Princeton Review course which was great at first, but after the first month or so of classes, it seems like they focus mainly on people who still don't get it. I feel like I've gained some valuable insight about the test and now it's time to just practice, practice, practice. So about my score fluctuation - does it make sense that the slow pace and long hours of repetitious classes are just burning me out? That's certainly what it feels like, as I've just had no motivation to do all the extra work they assign in addition to practice tests. How is everyone else preparing in the last week before the real thing?

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Re: What should I do?

Postby JD2014 » Thu May 26, 2011 5:54 pm

http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/2009/05/si ... cover.html

Personally, I'd enjoy Memorial Day weekend, then do whatever you planned for the week before the test (hopefully a few diags and drills followed by the weekend off).

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Re: What should I do?

Postby loganadr » Thu May 26, 2011 6:01 pm

Great article. It appears that I have indeed suffered from burnout. I think I'll take the weekend off and reenergize for next week. Thanks for the link!




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