« on: November 24, 2006, 11:18:20 PM »
I agree that studying in busy areas is good practice for eliminating distractions; the actual lsat room might veyr well have real distractions. My first official test had plenty of them.
My problem is reading comprehension. I can steadfastly concentrate on logic games and logical reasoning question stems but my mind wanders when there are distractions and I am reading the passage. I'm gonna try to keep practice but it's not getting any easier.
I usually study in the library, subway, cafes, park, and home. Maybe I should find a monastery.