Need some study advice

nramsay
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Need some study advice

Postby nramsay » Fri Jan 06, 2012 3:56 pm

So I just want to start by saying I've taken the LSAT twice now and had underwhelming results due to my lack of studying. I did zero study on both occasions and got a 140 the 1st time and a 150 the second. The average LSAT score for the schools I want are 159 and in speaking to admissions they told me anything over 155 would probably get the job done. That means that I need to get about 3-4 questions/section which should be fine if I ACTUALLY STUDY. I didn't think they were going to take the Feb LSAT but I spoke to them today and are indeed holding a large number of spots for Feb test takers. This being my last shot at the thing for 2 years I will be buckling down and studying every moment I have. Any tips on how to best study? Should I go out and get an LSAT book that has practice tests and a DVD of instructions or are there better options? Also any tips on the logic games they usually kill me. Thanks for any advice.

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Re: Need some study advice

Postby danitt » Fri Jan 06, 2012 4:00 pm


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Re: Need some study advice

Postby nramsay » Fri Jan 06, 2012 4:04 pm

danitt wrote:Try this.


Why are you such a troll. Get a life buddy.....

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Re: Need some study advice

Postby danitt » Fri Jan 06, 2012 4:07 pm

nramsay wrote:
danitt wrote:Try this.


Why are you such a troll. Get a life buddy.....

Are you serious?!? Dude pithy's guide is like gold when it comes to structuring your study time. Clearly you haven't even looked at the thread else you'd see that and even moreso it includes book and study guide recommendations for your ungrateful ass.

And I'm not your buddy. Bless.

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Re: Need some study advice

Postby gaud » Fri Jan 06, 2012 4:09 pm

danitt wrote:Try this.



credited.

nramsay
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Re: Need some study advice

Postby nramsay » Fri Jan 06, 2012 4:13 pm

danitt wrote:
nramsay wrote:
danitt wrote:Try this.


Why are you such a troll. Get a life buddy.....

Are you serious?!? Dude pithy's guide is like gold when it comes to structuring your study time. Clearly you haven't even looked at the thread else you'd see that and even moreso it includes book and study guide recommendations for your ungrateful ass.

And I'm not your buddy. Bless.


My apologies, I didn't notice that your text was linked and thought you were just being smart as you were in my post from yesterday. Sorry about that. Cheers




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