Study schedule for re-take?

  • December 24, 2017 at 12:30 pm #3426
    kham9090
    Participant

    Hi Mike!

    So…December scores came out and let’s just say that I did not do all that well. I studied on and off since June. It was ROUGH- but I forced myself to study. In addition to the Trainer, I purchased extra materials (including the LG Bible and some Manhattan Prep stuff) and the full package at 7Sage. I started off with your 16 week schedule and then started adding extra stuff, trying to be EXTRA prepared (consequences of a Type-A personality).
    With all of that extra information running through my brain, it’s no surprise that I bombed the December test. I’m focused on February now. With plans to start studying the day after Christmas, which study plan would you suggest? I do not work full time or go to school currently, so I have tons of study time.

    Thanks for all of your help!

    – Kristen

  • December 26, 2017 at 11:17 am #3432
    Mike Kim
    Keymaster

    Hi Kristen,

    Sorry to hear about December — I imagine there is a score on the Feb test that, were you to get it, would make you say “well, I am happy I ended up having to take it again” — I’ve seen a lot of students have just such an experience, and hope that for you as well —

    Before you dive back into your studies, I think it’s a great idea to do a bit of self-assessment to figure out where you feel strong, where you feel not as strong, etc. —

    For help with such assessment, if you haven’t already, please check out the Readiness Checklist I have available here —

    http://www.thelsattrainer.com/are-you-ready-for-the-lsat-checklist.html

    And then I think you can work off of the 4-week schedule and adapt it to your needs — add/change drilling if need be, etc. —

    HTH and good luck with your studies — let me know if you need me for anything — MK

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