a good 10 week study plan?

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jriveraCAL2017

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a good 10 week study plan?

Postby jriveraCAL2017 » Thu Jun 29, 2017 2:39 am

Is there such a thing? I'm currently taking a Testmasters course and feel like I am not making much progress.

I heard the LSAT trainer or the Powerscore bibles are good ways of self-studying....

I'm aiming for T-14 and I have until September to go from a 145 cold diagnostic to a 170 at least. Any recommendations? I'm losing all hope over here. Please? lol

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Re: a good 10 week study plan?

Postby TAD » Thu Jun 29, 2017 8:47 am

You're unlikely to make that jump in just 10 weeks. Took me about 10 months (though on and off studying) to make that exact same jump, with most of it coming from self studying. I would postpone. Used only powerscore bibles but I would have used the lsat trainer as well, had I heard about it in time.

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Re: a good 10 week study plan?

Postby saf18hornet » Thu Jun 29, 2017 9:06 am

jriveraCAL2017 wrote:Is there such a thing? I'm currently taking a Testmasters course and feel like I am not making much progress.

I heard the LSAT trainer or the Powerscore bibles are good ways of self-studying....

I'm aiming for T-14 and I have until September to go from a 145 cold diagnostic to a 170 at least. Any recommendations? I'm losing all hope over here. Please? lol


I went from 148 -> 170, but it took me about 7 months of studying 6-10 hrs a week. I used only the LSAT trainer.

Edit: Plan on a December take, or better yet, take it next Feb or June and apply for the next cycle.



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