LawSchooli LSAT Study Schedule

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LawSchooli LSAT Study Schedule

Postby brosh765 » Sat Apr 11, 2015 10:58 am

Has anyone had any experience with the $20 LawSchooli LSAT Study Schedule? Is it worth buying? I'm thinking about buying the 20-week schedule and really want some feedback on it before I spend money on it. Thanks!

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Re: LawSchooli LSAT Study Schedule

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Re: LawSchooli LSAT Study Schedule

Postby Clyde Frog » Sat Apr 11, 2015 10:49 pm

You could probably get the same quality schedule for free by asking any of the high number of 175+ scorers on here.

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Re: LawSchooli LSAT Study Schedule

Postby Jeffort » Sun Apr 12, 2015 1:21 am

Powerscore and LSAT Trainer have free study schedules for a few different time lengths you can download from their websites. There's nothing magical about any particular study schedule written for mass consumption, they're basically just calendars that list when to do particular tasks, like 'read Chapter(s) X, do and review questions Y-Z this week/day or Drill and review X-Y weaken questions this day', etc.

You can adapt any of those free ones to different prep books/materials if you want and/or modify them however works best with your schedule and pace of progress once you get started. Most people that start with a generic study plan written by somebody else that's offered for sale or free to the general public end up having to modify it anyway because other life things get in the way of best intentions, going through LSAT materials/assignments thoroughly ends up taking a lot more time than people initially anticipate when just starting the prep process, and/or because the study schedule just doesn't fit your time available per week for prep or your progress rate once you dive into materials to complete assignments.

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