Judge-a-saurus wrote:RZ5646 wrote:Judge-a-saurus wrote:@ OP, can you change the poll to something regarding how LSAT takers relax on the days when they are not prepping? I am curious to see what other people do.
I would but I'm not sure if that's a good fit for the poll format; it's more of an open-ended question.
Personally, I'll probably do the same stuff every day now that I'm done with work and research: get up, waste time on TLS and other sites, make or buy lunch, do a PT and/or drilling until the temperature goes down, run or do strength training, LSAT or more Internet depending on how productive I'm feeling, Kindle time, sleep. I don't plan on studying so intensely that I'll need (prescheduled) rest days.
Do you prep every day? No days off?
Anyone else want to share their routine for relaxation on off days from prepping LSAT?
I'm doing what I can. For much of the summer I was spending 1-3 hours on prep every day, but then I stopped for 3 weeks to focus on other obligations. Now I'm just getting back into the swing of things and planning to do 2-5 hours every day. I'm not actually planning any rest days, but if I think I'm burning out or am just too busy, I won't feel bad about taking a day off.
ETA: Grouping games are so much harder than linear ones