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BR after a PT: Please share your method! Immediately following, a few hours later, the next day or 2

student of thoughtstudent of thought Alum Member
edited March 2020 in General 101 karma

Please share your method for BR post full PT and your reasoning!

1. Immediately following

2. A few hours later

3. The next day

BR after a full PT
  1. BR timeframe after full PT15 votes
    1. Right after completing the PT (no rest)
    2. A few hours later (short rest)
    3. The next day or 2 (longer rest)


  • lsatplaylistlsatplaylist Member
    5249 karma

    When I can get to it, hopefully sooner than later. :)

  • jmarmaduke96jmarmaduke96 Member Sage
    2891 karma

    In general, once I finish a PT I'm mentally drained. So typically I will take a break for an hour or so and then usually go through the LG section that same day. It is much less mentally taxing to knock out LG than it would be to BR an LR or RC section, and usually knowing my LG scores gives me a confidence boost to move into the rest of the test. Generally, thats its for me for the day in terms of LSAT work. Usually then I will spend the next 3 days doing BR of one section at a time (possible the "experimental" as well) and then I will use the last couple of days to do timed drills to practice weaknesses from the PT. Rinse and repeat!

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