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kobypritchard
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Where to start?

Postby kobypritchard » Thu Feb 25, 2010 10:56 pm

I am a sophomore in college right now and took a free Kaplan LSAT test starting my freshman year and this year. I scored decently with no knowledge of the LSAT whatsoever. Now that I am approaching the end of my sophomore year, I feel I need to start studying. My goal is to get a 165 on the real test. Where do I begin to start studying over a long period of time? I have purchased the princeton review prep book and am just looking for some extra advice. Any information would greatly appreciated.

Thanks!
Koby

icydash
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Re: Where to start?

Postby icydash » Fri Feb 26, 2010 12:47 am

Maybe your junior year do an hour a day (roughly two 35 minute back-to-back sections each day) 7 days a week, and you'll be more than prepared by the time the LSAT rolls around your senior year. Obviously change up the section types / etc.

Powerscore books are really good.




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