Pre LSAT Advice

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Pre LSAT Advice

Postby jrthor10 » Sun Sep 25, 2011 11:29 am

Hi Everyone,

I am taking the October next weekend and I was wondering if anyone (I am sure someone does) has any last-minute advice, specifically as it relates to managing any test-day jitters and staying on-track during the test. I've been PT'ing well lately, low 170s, after my first diagnostic score of 162. I was struggling a bit with test-day jitters when I started PT'ing, but I've been better recently. I just want to make sure I continue that trend on test day. Any thoughts/constructive advice is appreciated.


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Re: Pre LSAT Advice

Postby Tiago Splitter » Sun Sep 25, 2011 12:20 pm

Do a handful of LR questions and one easy game on the morning before the test. These can and probably should be questions you've already done. Do not check your answers!

I'd drive over to the testing center sometime this week just to make sure you feel comfortable with the area and where you'll be going on test day. Get your plastic bag ready to go the night before, make sure you have your photo attached to your admission ticket, etc. You don't want to be stressing over any of that administrative BS on test day.

Once you are seated, rest assured that you will be the most prepared person in that room. Confidence goes a long way on the LSAT, and if you have been PTing in the 170s, you should have plenty of it. Good luck!

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