scandk wrote:I planned out my re-take schedule.
Currently, I'm alternating LG and LR everyday.
On LG days, I'm going through a chapter of MLSAT LG, and then doing all of the corresponding cambridge games. Anything under perfection means 7sage video.
On LR days, something similar - going through MLSAT LR, and then doing 50-100 problems of the corresponding cambridge packet.
After I've finished my review of the two MLSAT books along with the corresponding drills, I'm going to take a PT to see where I am.
After that PT, I'm going to dive into the Trainer again.
On LR chapters, drill the corresponding set in Cambridge. LG as well.
For RC, I'm going to hold off on drilling until I re-read all of the Trainer RC chapters. After that, I'm going to do 2 RC sections a day for about a week, sprinkling some LG and LR here and there.
After I'm done with my second pass through the trainer, I'm going to take 3 PTs (and review), and plug them into lsatqa.
When lsatqa & PT review expose my current weaknesses, I'm going to do ~100 of each question type for LR, the entire cambridge packet for LG, and...more brute force practice for RC/work on a specific, tailored-to-me approach to that specific question type.
After that, I'm going full throttle PT mode again. I have 11-15 unused PTs (I know, cray cray). After every 3 tests, I'm going to repeat the process above (drilling weaknesses).
Once I've completed all of the fresh PTs, I'm going to look at the Cambridge packets, and do all of the problems I have yet to do (probably some left over LR qs and RC passages).
If it's not the end of May/beginning of June by the time I reach this point, I'll begin recycling PTs in order to stay in peak LSAT condition.
What do you guys think/what are you planning on doing?
I like this.