CardozoLaw09 wrote:23, had no obligations but the LSAT during my prep. Something part time probably would have done more good than harm, though.
Definitely better to work part-time than full-time while studying, if possible. It's hard to find adequate time to study when working full-time. At the same time, having nothing to do BUT studying can be a bit isolating and lead to burnout for some.
I wrote an article for TLS about how to find time to study while working or in school:
http://www.top-law-schools.com/lsat-pre ... chool.html