« on: July 09, 2005, 11:10:50 AM »
i think the answer to your question is more determined by your study habits, how you usually study and how you learn and retain information best. Its my experience that getting a good score on the LSAT is more a matter of learning how to think like the test makers want you to think. You can only learn this way of thinking if you spend a lot of time learning how to find the best answers. I think you can study while youre on vacation, in fact I think you had better study while on vacation if youre planning on doing well on the Oct LSAT. If youre backpacking (like the topic implies) there are lots of times when youre waiting for a train or bus or something, and youll most likely be in several places where there isnt much more to do than study. Although it may not make for the best of vacations, studying while on vacation can be a more pleasant studying experience.