« on: April 21, 2006, 02:11:34 PM »
Everyone needs to chill out! Really, you don't need 4 months of hard core study time in order to do well. I took my first ever diagnostic practice test one month before my february test date. From then on I was in a prep course that met 3 times a week. Outside of class, I didn't do anything. In class was hardly hardcore. I ended up getting a 168, which I'm satisfied with. Some people say that repetition is the key. Point blank, no matter how many times you do something, if you do it wrong it is wrong everytime. Its not "practice makes perfect", its "perfect practice makes perfect". Seriously don't freak out and feel like you have to spend every waking minute studying. And DO NOT take a million practice tests. I know some people that did this and it just wore them out before test day. One friend of mine did that and ended up going DOWN 11 points from her last practice test. She now thinks that she overworked her brain and was just LSAT exhausted on test day. Good luck to all of you! Study, but don't eat, sleep, and breath LSAT prep.