Prepare for the LSAT or discuss it with others in this forum.
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everyone always says to take it easy during the last week before the exam. but, i always do my best when I've been studying for a few days, almost as if it takes me a few days to get back in my groove ... that said, in concerned about burn out on Saturday .... but if i do best when I've been studying for a few days, is that not the better way to go ? anyone else experience the same dilemma ?
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I would say perhaps take the day off on Thurs and Fri before the exam (do just a section or two maybe from different parts to keep up) and then just try and relax as much as possible on the nights, go to sleep early and everything. I don't recommend taking a week off since unless you are super prepared you might be hit with a shock from the initial panic of both being at the test and not having seen a question in a while, which could cause a panic. I am taking a week off from work before the exam and just doing as much studying as possible those days...
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Dude, study. However, take Friday way easier (no PT's, minor drilling, just keep your brain sharp).