LSATBlog's Daily Study Schedules

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Paraflam
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LSATBlog's Daily Study Schedules

Postby Paraflam » Sat Jun 04, 2011 10:47 am

Sorry if this has been discussed before, quick search didn't yield anything.

Anyway, has anyone tried these? Thinking about purchasing the 7-month one to prepare for February 2012 but was wondering if the weekly schedule is just as helpful. Any feedback would be appreciated, thanks!

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Re: LSATBlog's Daily Study Schedules

Postby maxpower430 » Sat Jun 04, 2011 10:59 am

i'm actually just finishing up the 7 month daily schedule now, and i think it's worth it. it just simplifies things and lets you focus on prep, and assuming you're not strapped for cash it's a good deal. the only thing i'd recommend doing though is supplementing the lr bible with the manhattan lr guide, i found that i really started making breakthroughs with LR after manhattan. also the first few months are a little light so it's a good time to get the concepts down. i will say that it's a bit different than how a lot of people on tls prep (i.e. more section work as opposed to full tests) but i've seen a big improvement (158-175) and hoping for a successful test day and i definitely found the guide helpful.

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Re: LSATBlog's Daily Study Schedules

Postby Paraflam » Sat Jun 04, 2011 11:06 am

Thanks for the input. How many hours a day/week do you figure it had you studying? Trying to determine if it's something I'll be able to keep up with during some heavy workload in the coming semesters.

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Re: LSATBlog's Daily Study Schedules

Postby maxpower430 » Sat Jun 04, 2011 11:18 am

well by the end of the schedule it got pretty time heavy (i.e. taking 3-4 pts) but beyond that i worked a full-time job and never felt overwhelmed. how much time it takes really depends on you though, since it will depend on how much you need/are willing to review. that being said, i found time to complete it all and also supplement it with atlas guides so i think you'd be okay. what i also did was if i knew a week would be busy, i would just complete two days worth in a day in order to get ahead or catch up and prep is prep so i don't think it hurt me.




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