New here, sorry if I miss some rules.
I'm graduating undergrad this December and will be starting a job at the beginning of March. Law school is in the back of my mind, and I was thinking that I could utilize the free time I will have to study and take the LSAT.
I took a proctored test with no prep and got a 163, and am hoping to boost that to 175+.
From what I've seen on posts here and elsewhere, the 7 weeks between now and then is not really considered sufficient time. That being said, after December 20th I will have absolutely no responsibilities and would devote 30-40 hours a week to prep.
If I start now with ~10 hours a week until Dec 20, then ~30-40 after that is it feasible? I don't see a huge loss if I don't do that well as I am planning to work for two years before LS, but if I could take advantage of the downtime and get a good score I'd be very excited.
Thanks in advance for the comments!
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