sfoglia wrote:GreenTee wrote:I'd recommend trying to get in bed even earlier than that, if you can. I've been getting up at 6, but I'm in bed by 9:45 - 10. The LSAT requires a lot more mental energy than a regular day in the life. So even if you typically don't need a full 8 hours to function at your best, you might need it for this. Just a thought.
Speaking of more mental energy... Has anyone even bothered to practice the essay? Pretty concerned that by the end of the test I'll just be, like, dumb.
I know we laugh about how irrelevant the essay is, but I'm actually a little bit worried about it. Has anyone ITT even looked at/actually written one in practice? ETA: Should we?