ThreeRivers wrote:I didn't even know what the LSAT was when I was a freshman lol
edit: Actually I take that back, I knew 2 seniors who took it....
They ended up in Liberty and Cleveland State though... lol
Right. And don't they wish they had known that in freshman year, so they could have switched to a non law school track major.
Actually both are the 2 most cocky individuals I know and brag about being at those schools on FB all the time
Anyways I don't see the point of serious prepping this early... I believe prepping only works if you stay consistent (not study then take 4 months off). If the OP does this consistent prep that is worthwhile they'll be running out of materials before they take the test. If they don't study enough to run out they'll likely just be wasting their time / not really improving. He can do "background material" (Reading economist / taking logic classes) that help one with prep, but I really don't see much point in him studying the Bibles / taking prep tests at this point. I guess I could see him getting the oldest LG's (so he'll have a lot of new ones later) and try to become a LG monster.
I would recommend starting serious prep after sophomore year's summer and taking June LSAT after his junior year. Still far ahead of everyone else