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I decided to take another year. Study plans?

guitarnaraguitarnara Alum Member
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I was going to apply for this cycle, but I realized that I want to finish up my master's degree and have more time to perfect my LSAT. So I am applying next year and I have another whole year to study for the LSAT!

I took this year's Oct exam and I cancelled. I know what you guys are thinking.
But, no, I didn't cancel because I felt weary after the test. I was having a mental breakdown during the exam period and I think I literally guessed 15 questions on one of the sections because I couldn't focus. Bad idea to have taken the test.

So I have been studying since late May and right now I am scoring in the low 160s with an average BR score of 171-175.
I eventually want to score 170+.

Currently, I have exhausted most of my PTs and have 10 fresh ones left.
I want to be taking my LSAT when I feel ready. (Dec? probably not. Maybe Feb or June)

What do you guys suggest that I do in terms of study plan?
Retake the PTs? Drill more questions from pre PT 39? or Review the curriculum?

Thanks and sorry for the long post!!!

Comments

  • nicole.hopkinsnicole.hopkins Legacy Inactive Sage Inactive ⭐
    7965 karma
    You are AWESOME

    What materials have you used thus far?
  • guitarnaraguitarnara Alum Member
    365 karma
    I have gone through the entire 7sage curriculum. I "sort of" read the LSAT trainer - mostly LR only.
    And I have the cambridge Drilling packet as well as PTs 39- 75
  • nicole.hopkinsnicole.hopkins Legacy Inactive Sage Inactive ⭐
    7965 karma
    @guitarnara said:
    I "sort of" read the LSAT trainer - mostly LR only.
    Haha. Ok. Here's your first assignment. Go to the LSAT Trainer website and get one of the study schedules.

    Your job right now is to suck every bit of wisdom from the LSAT Trainer. All of it.

    Do that. Then come back and we'll talk about PT'ing.
  • guitarnaraguitarnara Alum Member
    365 karma
    There is the 8 week and 16 week schedule. Which one should I do? I mean I have already taken 20+ PTs so...
  • nicole.hopkinsnicole.hopkins Legacy Inactive Sage Inactive ⭐
    7965 karma
    @guitarnara said:
    8 week
    This one

    And only drill from tests you've taken as PT's OR that are before like PT39
  • guitarnaraguitarnara Alum Member
    365 karma
    Sounds great! I will get on it!
  • nicole.hopkinsnicole.hopkins Legacy Inactive Sage Inactive ⭐
    7965 karma
    @guitarnara said:
    I will get on it!
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  • guitarnaraguitarnara Alum Member
    365 karma
    So I am only a few days away from finishing the LSAT Trainer in its entirety.
    How should I plan to take my PTs leading up to the June exam?

    As mentioned above I have taken all the PTs from 39 -75, except 11 fresh ones.
    Should I spend the next month drilling or re-taking PTs and taking the fresh ones 1-2 months before the exam?


    Thank you
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