I'm in the last month of studying for the LSAT, and I would like to re-do the LR bible.
I've already finished the questions in the bible, so how should I review this book?
Should I just re-read certain sections? What would be the best approach?
Any advice would be appreciated!
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I have read this book many times. Two times is more than enough if the material is still fresh in your head. I take it that you have only read it once though. In that case, you will want to optimize your time with one month left. I suggest going through the review at the end of the chapters and making sure those main takeaways become second nature. If you don't understand a particular concept then you can revisit the chaper and find how they walk through the concept on a problem. I don't think that you have to review the explanations for all the included questions, but this might help you on some trouble areas.
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