littlelibertine wrote:I'm only a week and a half into my studying but I already feel behind. :/ I think it's because ask the power users on TLS seem to be doing 170+ PTs and I've covered basic linear LGs, MBT LRs and conditional logic.
You know, having typed that out, I've accomplished more than I thought. I'm just feeling insecure today because my undergrad GPA was a little lower than I hoped (3.55, got really sick my last year of school and struggled).
Most people study only 2.5-3 months and half ass it where they might do 15 hours a week. If you are doing ~20 hours for then next 4 months you'll be in the 17Xs for sure.
Also my TTT gpa is lower than yours as are a few others in this thread; use your LSAT score to compensate for it.
Thanks. I think I've just been focusing too narrowly and need to take a Klonopin and lie down. :p
I've been averaging between 2-4 hours each day during the week (I work full-time and am married, so it's hard to do any more than that) and I'm estimating I'll need to study at least 4-5 hours both weekend days. It's really less about studying for a set amount of time, though, and more abou having the time to cover the material I've assigned myself for the week. For example: this week, I want to finish the first half of the Cambridge Humanities DC2 drill packet (halfway done), solidify my basic linear logic games and timing, cover conditional reasoning (done), review conditional reasoning, complete the Cambridge MBT and Weaken drill packets (about 2/3 through MBT), and complete & review PT 40.