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Preparation for LSAT...be realistic with me

Preparation for LSAT...be realistic with me
« on: March 24, 2005, 12:02:47 AM »
Hey guys,

Seriously. I have heard about testmsters for a while now, and I signed up to take the class in April. I'll be taking the test in June.

Ok so knowing that, I have not taken any preparation course prior, I don't know what most of you are talking about when you say diagnostics, procture and other stuff, I have never taken a full sample test and well...I am basically going into this course blind.

However, I am not going to school and I am currently unemployed. So you know, I will have A LOT of time to study the bejesus out of this test. I will basically become a LSAT whore. Day and night I will be dreaming of the LSAT as if it's my daddy. The LSAT will become my new porno essentially. Ok no more jokes about this.

Do you think that two months is enough time to prepare me for this test coming into this course blind?

HONEST answers are truly appreciated.

Thanks guys,

The LSAT Virgin

Re: Preparation for LSAT...be realistic with me
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2005, 06:16:10 AM »
Two months? Most certainly it's enough time - particularly if you're going to be working on it day and night.
I have chosen to spend longer, but there are plenty of stories about people who just take a couple practice tests and end up scoring a 170. You could be one of those people...

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Re: Preparation for LSAT...be realistic with me
« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2005, 06:31:07 AM »
I studied for 5 weeks and took the Powerscore weekend course and went from a 155 cold diagnostic to a 174 on the real thing.

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Re: Preparation for LSAT...be realistic with me
« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2005, 12:55:23 PM »
If you were working, going to school, and studying for the LSAT, then 2 months would be very tough. But if you're not working and not going to school (like me) then 2 months is MORE than enough time. I started a couple weeks ago, and already I'm feeling a lot more comfortable than I was in the beginning. Don't worry, just start TestMasters and do all the HW and do as many prep tests you can and you'll be golden.