« on: July 26, 2004, 11:15:16 AM »
My LSAT sessions ran in 45-60 minute blocks during the week and 1.5 to 2 hours + on weekends. Most of it consisted of practice exams (past LSATs) under timed conditions. Then I reviewed the wrong answers and tried to understand the resoning behind the correct answer. During the week I'd hit one section at a time and the string 2-3 together on the weekend. For variety, I worked through LSAT 180 from Kaplan. I also studied at home with the TV, kids, dogs, etc. This forced me to concentrate much harder and I was surprised during the June test how easy it was to stay focused. I also worked through a couple essay sections just to get a feel for the time constraint. I started 3+ months out, took 2 weeks off in May and then came back for a final push in late May early June. Time is the killer, try to pace yourself for a 30 minute limit per section, you will like that extra 5 during the exam.