LSAT gameplan

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em114

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LSAT gameplan

Post by em114 » Mon May 25, 2020 4:44 pm

Hey all I wanted your advice if this sounds like a good game plan. I intend on taking the August 29th LSAT and today was my first official day of studying on my own and yesterday was my first live course lesson. I’m studying 5 hours a day per weekday and a total of 4 hours on the weekend (that’s including the 3 hour live course lesson). If I keep this up for 12 weeks does that sound like a sufficient game plan? I’m using the Powerscore 3 month study plan!

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Re: LSAT gameplan

Post by homeodo1 » Tue May 26, 2020 10:53 am

I wouldn’t stop until you’re ready, which means no pre-planned study package or prep course can make you “fit” a time frame. LSAT performance is (strongly) a learned skill. If the timed practice tests suggest your ready, great. If you’ve not improved enough by the end of those 3 months, it many mean holding off until you’ve improved more. The LSAT cannot be rushed—Can you finish well a marathon before adequate training?

If you haven’t already seen it, 7-Sage is a nice program you could try it Powerscore doesn’t help enough.

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Re: LSAT gameplan

Post by Qtc » Tue May 26, 2020 6:19 pm

+1. I wish I had this website when I went to law school. I didn't put in the time for the LSAT. This was incredibly dumb and short-sighted. I just took the test and lived with my score. I wasted my GPA. I could have been looking at $$$$ from T-14. At the time I had no idea. Don't be me.

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