I just purchased all three of the Powerscore Bibles and forty official preptests to prepare for the LSAT. I haven't decided if I should take the test in December, the weekend before I have finals
, or that following February which would be in the middle of the quarter.
If you are applying this cycle, it is essential you take it in December otherwise you'll be doing yourself a huge disservice. If you are applying next cycle, February would be fine but I personally would take it in June/October as that would allow extra time to prepare.
Also, be aware that the February exam is undisclosed so you won't be able to check your answers.
bne90 wrote:For those of you who have taken the LSAT, how long did you study, and now looking back, how long do you think you should have or wish you had studied?
I studied a couple months but it was on and off so I didn't do as well as I hoped. My studying this time around will definitely be much more focused.
bne90 wrote:In addition, since I will not be taking a prep course, any recommendations for books or practice materials that I have not already purchased?
This thread might give you some ideas:viewtopic.php?f=6&t=41657
Since you already have the Powerscore bibles, the only other prep material that I've heard good things about is Manhattan's, especially for the RC section. I ordered Manhattan's materials a few days ago so I haven't read them yet so I can't vouch for the materials personally.
bne90 wrote:And finally, does anyone know of any decent logic books I can read over the summer? Thanks!
Not sure on this one.