Building on what I've learned

    • March 23, 2017 at 10:27 am #3019

      Hi Mike,

      I just ordered your LSAT trainer, and plan to take the June LSAT. I was going to do the 8 week program because that leaves me with 4 weeks beforehand if I start on Monday. I’ve worked in the Powerscore Bibles and I know I’m currently PTing around 157, so I have a fundamental knowledge of the test, just haven’t seen it translate over just yet. How would you recommend I attack your book?

    • March 24, 2017 at 8:57 am #3020
      Mike Kim

      Hey Andrew —

      Thanks for trusting in the Trainer and hope you find it useful —

      A couple of thoughts come to mind —

      1) Before getting too deep into the Trainer I think it’d be a good idea for you to do an assessment of your own strengths and weaknesses — you can whatever rubric you’d like, but if you want some help with this, check out the Readiness Checklist — which works well as a self-assessment tool —

      This will give you a solid sense of the areas where you want to focus your attention most as you use the Trainer and the study schedule —

      2) The other thing I want to mention is that the schedules are designed to account for all of your work — the work you do in the Trainer, additional drill assignments, and full practice tests — it’ll be great for you to finish it up 4 weeks before the test, as I’m sure you’ll appreciate the extra time to practice, but, if you end up getting caught up at a certain stage in the prep — if, for example, you feel you need a bit of extra drill work with a certain type of Logic Game — you should feel free to extend the schedule and give yourself that time.

      Again, hope you find the Trainer useful, and if you have any follow-up or need anything else just let me know — Mike

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