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Don’t take extended time off. You can take an individual days off, especially if you’re going hard. But stay in LSAT-mode. Read books, op-eds, etc. Drill tons. Move to PTs when you’re ready. Accuracy first, then timing, then bring it all together. You’ve got plenty of time. Don’t stress over a low score (I hit a few high 160s a few tests before my actual and got a 171 on the real thing. My first take was 153).