See, I would have to disagree. Though it seemed to work for the rest of you guys, so that's great - it's just a matter of the individual. But, by the time I was finished with the LSAT, I couldn't have imagined taking any more test sections. I never could have done practice sections before the actual test. I would have been too burned out near the end. I did warm up my mind in other ways, though...woke up early, moved around a lot, and listened to music (opera to be specific). This helped me to function without stressing me out. And listening to classical music before a test is supposed to be very beneficial.
What did you guys do the weekend before? Just relax or study at all?Any advice on that?
Anybody understand Hebrew? I think that's the language.