Does this exist?

emkd26
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Does this exist?

Postby emkd26 » Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:29 pm

Is there a website or template or anything that will help you establish a study schedule based on how far out your test date is?
Thanks.

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Re: Does this exist?

Postby jdhonest » Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:31 pm

There used to be this program called "Excel"...

I'd google it, if I were you.

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Re: Does this exist?

Postby emkd26 » Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:33 pm

No need to be a smart a$$. I'm probably more fluent in Excel than you my friend.
I was referring to a program that would take your time available to prep and create a study schedule for you like:
Week 1: 2 hours studying X, 5 hours studying Y and 10 hours study Z

So on and so forth.

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Re: Does this exist?

Postby jdhonest » Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:36 pm

I have no doubt that you are more fluent in Excel. I also have no doubt that you have trouble with interpersonal communication, mainly because you type things like "a$$" and use phrases such as "fluent in Excel." I also bet that you're pretty handy with a calculator, know your own abilities and SHOULD be able to pound out a schedule in the time that it takes you to realize that someone is playfully trolling you. But what do I know? I barely speak Power Point.

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Re: Does this exist?

Postby IHeartPhilly » Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:40 pm

jdhonest wrote:I have no doubt that you are more fluent in Excel. I also have no doubt that you have trouble with interpersonal communication, mainly because you type things like "a$$" and use phrases such as "fluent in Excel." I also bet that you're pretty handy with a calculator, know your own abilities and SHOULD be able to pound out a schedule in the time that it takes you to realize that someone is playfully trolling you. But what do I know? I barely speak Power Point.


oh SNAP!

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Re: Does this exist?

Postby TheThriller » Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:08 pm

emkd26 wrote:No need to be a smart a$$. I'm probably more fluent in Excel than you my friend.
I was referring to a program that would take your time available to prep and create a study schedule for you like:
Week 1: 2 hours studying X, 5 hours studying Y and 10 hours study Z

So on and so forth.


The problem is, everyone have different strengths and weaknesses. Someones X may be your Z.

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Re: Does this exist?

Postby dingbat » Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:12 pm

What does "fluent in excel" mean?
How good are you?

on a separate note, will you need an excel to plot your study time in law school?
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Re: Does this exist?

Postby PDaddy » Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:53 pm

emkd26 wrote:Is there a website or template or anything that will help you establish a study schedule based on how far out your test date is?
Thanks.


Manhattan LSAT has one. maybe you can tweak it to fit your needs. It isn't rocket science.

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Re: Does this exist?

Postby Malakai » Mon Jun 18, 2012 5:15 am

jdhonest wrote:There used to be this program called "Excel"...

I'd google it, if I were you.


It's these type of responses on this 'generally adult-aged' forum that make me wonder..

As for the OP, here is a site that has semi-tailored study schedules for a varying amount of months: http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/p/month-ls ... plans.html

Besides that, and though I know it is a bit general; you could always edit Pithypike's guide to your own specifications.

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Re: Does this exist?

Postby dingbat » Mon Jun 18, 2012 8:18 am

Malakai wrote:It's these type of responsesquestions on this 'generally adult-aged' forum that make me wonder..

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Re: Does this exist?

Postby Noblesse_Oblige » Mon Jun 18, 2012 9:12 am

You could also check the syllabus section of velocity lsat. On the bottom it has a breakdown for the number of weeks left. Just assume that each chapter in his book will take you 2-3 hours in your book.

Also if your books aren't as efficient as his, you may need to add some extra days.

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Re: Does this exist?

Postby Malakai » Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:11 pm

dingbat wrote:
Malakai wrote:It's these type of responsesquestions on this 'generally adult-aged' forum that make me wonder..



Hahaha touché




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