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Completing entire core curriculum?

gg630-1-1gg630-1-1 Yearly Member
in General 27 karma

Hi all,
I am taking the October and November LSATs and I am currently on hour 149/219 in the CC. I still have to complete all my PTs.

It doesn't seem feasible to expect to complete the entire CC plus all the PTs before my test dates. Should I prioritize completing the CC and the drills or should I jump around the CC and focus on completing more PTs? I am finished with the LR and I currently jump back and forth between LG and RC, RC coming more naturally to me than LG, which I will need to study the most.

Any comments appreciated!



  • Chris NguyenChris Nguyen Member Administrator Sage 7Sage Tutor
    4473 karma

    Hey there!

    I'd recommend you treat the drills like the ones you'd find in math textbooks. They're there if you need them, but you don't have to do all of them if you don't need to. In your situation, I'd probably focus on doing all the LG drills, and maybe skip a bit of the RC drills.

    I'd still recommend you finish the general core curriculum before taking PTs (anything that's not a drill).

    Here's a blog post I wrote about how to utilize the CC:

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  • VafterworkVafterwork Alum Member
    15 karma

    I agree it probably isn't feasible to finish everything, but it sounds like you're working smart by prioritizing where you need to study! Making sure you have the core concepts down is key.

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