WeightliftingThinker wrote:bmathers wrote:For the Feb LSAT, i prepped like crazy - pulling some of those 6-10 hr days. My score on PT's went up 10 scaled points, and I was feeling decent up until about a week before the actual LSAT. I burned out and got the same score on my LSAT as I got on my very first diagnostic PT.
For June, I prepped very lightly, taking a good month or two off to recover from the Feb LSAT. I wanted to make sure that I didn't burn out, and scored 5 scaled point higher on the June LSAT than on the Feb LSAT.
Be very careful about studying too much. Relax, be confident, and do your best. more than 2 hrs in one session is too much, you'll lose focus (except if doing a PT).
Is drilling and reviewing a question type for at least three hours too much?
No; I'd say that's expected.
What I meant by burnout is that did you drop all of a sudden in your score? Or have you always had difficulties with games?
Be reassured though that games is initially the hardest, but as you do more of them, it becomes the easiest section.