noonawoonnoonawoon Alum Member
edited December 2021 in General 3481 karma



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  • JDisJD.21JDisJD.21 Member
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    This is uplifting! Congratulations!

  • lsatgirl-1lsatgirl-1 Alum Member
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    Congrats :)

  • lsatplaylistlsatplaylist Alum Member
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    This is awesome.

  • jmarmaduke96jmarmaduke96 Member Sage
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    Congratulations! The hardwork always pays off!

  • chisal17chisal17 Alum Member
    edited January 2020 289 karma

    congrats!!! can you share your study strategy?

  • noonawoonnoonawoon Alum Member
    edited January 2020 3481 karma


    Sure!! I honestly don't have a really special/interesting study routine. I went through the CC on here pretty quickly a couple of months ago. Since then, I have been trying to PT 1-2 times every weekend. Two times is hard because that means taking one PT a day, but if I have enough time to review the first PT on Saturday it's not too bad. I do the whole timed PT and BR process on weekends which is very helpful for both stamina and encountering new question types. During the work week (I work a 9-5) I drill anywhere from 2-10 Logic Games (from the problem set bank) that day, depending on how much time I have/how I'm feeling.

    When drilling LG, I'll usually skip through the explanation video after if I got -0 and felt confident about all my answers just to see if I can learn anything from JY's setup. If I miss 1+ or get -0 but don't feel as confident with my setup, I'll watch his video and flag the game to drill again the next day.

  • noonawoonnoonawoon Alum Member
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    And thank you everyone who has been saying congrats!!!

    Also just wanna add that the first ever diagnostic I took ~2 years ago was a 157. I took the diagnostic and didn't bother studying/taking the LSAT because at the time I didn't fully want to go to law school.

  • mrowley91mrowley91 Alum Member
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    Congrats! It's always good to hear success stories, especially from someone working a full time job (like me)!

  • noonawoonnoonawoon Alum Member
    edited December 2021 3481 karma


  • goforbrokegoforbroke Alum Member
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    Awesome! Good job! Looks like you are pretty dedicated in your studying :smiley:

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