I have a question though. This guide only really requires 2 hours on days without RC, 3 hours with RC, and that's overestimating. Maybe this is an inaccurate estimate because I've been familiar with the question types and strategies for a couple of months now, but it feels like I could be adding more to the daily grind.
I'm worried that the daily amount of LSAT (at least in month 1) is not enough. I've even started doing 6 LG a day, or 6 repeats. But that doesn't take care of the deficiencies in LR/RC. People say you should be studying for 3-4 hours a day, but I barely hit 3 hours. Just wondering if I'll be okay when I hit Month 3 when I start doing PTs every other day (instead of every 3 days).
Any suggestions on what to add in for LR/RC?
Personally, I've been doing LG every OTHER day. I haven't finished reading any of the bibles yet, so that takes up some time. Apart from that, I bought several Questions-by-type for LR from CambridgeLSAT. So when there are 154 problems from Must be true questions ALONE, I do MORE than 12 LR questions a day, otherwise I'd never finish. I also have Weaken, Parallel, Assumptions, Principle, flaw, and difficult questions from Cambridge. That's over 1000 questions. Not to mention doing actual LR sections from the "10 more" series.
But as for RC, I honestly haven't been concentrating on it as much as I probably should. It's a dangerous thing, lol. I don't think Pithypike's method for RC is really that weak. It's about finding your own method for it, rather than adapting someone else's.
So by doing an RC section every three days, followed by 2 days of reviewing, I learn to do what is right for me. One day, I review my work for that section, and the other day, I review how I broke apart the passage and try to find ways to do it better. It's actually very hard, because when I have 8 and a half minutes to do a section, I panic and start mixing up my symbols.