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What is the best mindset to have to get gains on this test?

therogerdeantherogerdean Alum Member
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Moving from bracket to bracket (140 to 150 to 160 to 170...)?

Consensus on the board is curriculum+BR+management of your body/mind+don't burnout.

Is there an overall mindset you need to have to make the gains you want?

Obviously not being down and negative about your scores, keeping a resilient face would seem to be something to keep in mind. But has anyone come across something that has helped their scores outside of actually practicing the material?

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  • LSATislandLSATisland Inactive Sage
    1878 karma
    I'd recommend exercising often. Also, keeping in mind the goal. Remember that you can typically take your time to reach your goal. Progress happens in unpredictable ways sometimes, so don't be overly disappointed if your score is not improving as you expected. Keep working, and be aware that it will hopefully lead to your goal score on test day. And that's what counts. Law schools do not know of the low scores and hurdles that you overcame along the way.
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