It’s really, really hard to “train” to be above 175. You can train up to that score, but above there, I think it really comes down to luck. Not every question will agree or sit well with you all the time and missing a question can really just boil down to that. Are there LSAT super masters and unicorns who always get above a 175? Sure—but for your purposes, you might relax that goal sc…Read More
Hey y’all—Here’s something I shared on my blog and the 7sage forums today. I hope this is helpful for those who are looking for a strategy 😀
This is what I’ve done the week of the exam. I believe these steps help to keep stress down and morale up.
1) Between Sunday and Saturday, wake up at 6am. Waking up ~3 hours before the earliest time you’re likely to start the test (when I took i…Read More
1) Who you are: I’m Nicole Hopkins; Mentor/BR (that’s Blind Review) Group Leader over at the 7sage forums (the other place I hang out) and owner of http://www.ilovelsat.com ; artisanal bacon afficionado; enthusiastic Texan
2) Where you live: Dallas, TX
3) What you do in the world (or what you WANT to do 🙂 ): I’m a flack (PR professional) and marketing guru by day and a (an?? I never know) LSAT…Read More
Let’s all get off on the right foot and introduce ourselves.
Starting with …
1) Who you are
2) Where you live
3) What you do in the world (or what you WANT to do 🙂 )
4) When you started studying for the LSAT … Or how long you studied from start to final take
5) A little blurb 😀