January 8, 2016 at 11:41 am #1227Mike KimKeymaster
Hi Trasi28 — hope you don’t mind, but I moved this to its own thread just because I felt it deserved it’s own topic-
I have a couple of different suggestions for you:
Option 1: Follow a suggested Trainer schedule
Option 2: Create more of a DIY version
Here’s a bit more info about both —
You can find free Trainer schedules here — http://www.thelsattrainer.com/lsat-prep-resources.html
I suggest you go with the 16 week schedule that utilizes exams 52-71. That gives you plenty of flexibility so that, should you run into trouble or find another study resource or win some month-long vacation to a tropical island, or just want some extra practice you’ll have plenty of time to add it in —
I offer some additional thoughts about using the 16 week schedule to prep for June here —
Not sure if you’ve seen it, but I wrote an article about creating your own study schedule — you can find it here —
If you haven’t read it already, I think you might find the article useful, at the least for your general mindset. You may also find that maybe you’ll enjoy creating your own schedule, and the page offers advice as well as resources to help you do that.
Either way, as always, don’t hesitate to reach out when you run into hiccups and need me —
One last thing — I like to lie to myself and pretend that I am younger than I actually am — if you don’t mind, please play along with me and call me Mike —
Take care — MK
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