abujabal wrote:Mikey wrote:I'm starting to think if my idea of having no job and full time LSAT studying during the summer is the right path or not. It's what I originally intended, but I feel like having at least a part-time to save some money would be good. I have the opportunity to not work and just LSAT study, but I'm not sure what I want to do.
My average for each section is like:
LG: -0 to -2
LR: -0 to -3 per section (total -1 to -6)
RC: lol anywhere from -6 to -13
Opinions please! Study full-time in the summer or get a part-time job/part-time LSAT?
I'd get the part-time job and see if you can't make some money to help pay interest on whatever loans you might be taking in LS when you have 0 income.
Really speaking, let's say you work 20 hours as week/4 hours per weekday. Still gives you plenty of time to study in the day. Or just chill out and only do LSAT. What feels right? Could be a cool time to pickup some new skills
yeah that's what I was thinking.. working part-time won't really screw me with study time, especially if it's a desk job and I can study at times there as well