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Re: Schedule planning question.

Postby Kimikho » Tue Aug 13, 2013 7:36 pm

When I was working through Manhattan LR, I would read a chapter, do the drills in the chapter, then do like 30 on my own. I'd make sure every couple of days to go back and do a few from earlier chapters, but it really didn't matter much because Manhattan did a good job of teaching.

With LG, I did the same thing, but I think I would recommend more "back review," ie going back and doing a game or two from the earlier section. I tend to redo games from before and make sure I get around the same time.

I can't recommend LRB. I did it before Manhattan but it really didn't help (hence the Manhattan). I did the same thing with LRB, however.

I have no idea if 2 months is enough for you but for me, it would be pushing it to the limit tbh.

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Re: Schedule planning question.

Postby lawschool22 » Wed Aug 14, 2013 10:07 am

jaylawyer09 wrote:
I have no idea if 2 months is enough for you but for me, it would be pushing it to the limit tbh.


When you say it would be pushing it to the limit, do you mean it would be too much time? or the opposite?


He likely means the opposite. Two months is pushing it for total prep time. But if you mean two months for just going through the strategy guides and drilling, that should be sufficient. After that you should spend some time doing full mixed sections but then a significant amount of time taking (and comprehensively reviewing) full prep tests.

The general consensus seems to be that about three-to-four months would be the suggested minimum for total prep time to have a good chance at performing well.




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