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arugula

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How long do you think it would take to take 50 practice tests and go over them thoroughly while managing 4 courses (quarter system) at a top 15 university?

More specifically, how long does it take you on average to go over each section? I know this will vary depending on your strengths/weakness, so if you could please state those, that would be nice.

sorrynoidforme

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I'm going to assume that you know where you stand in terms of LSAT strengths and weaknesses.
So, 50 tests will take you or should take you at the very least 2 months, but since you have a full course load, look at maybe spreading the exams throughout the semester.

hmlee

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50 days minimum? Maybe less if you do two on each weekend day... I graduated from the U of C recently which is pretty much identical to the school you're describing and I know how hard it is to just keep up with normal class work. Given that, I really don't see how you could reasonably do it in under a month and a half. Two months would provide you with more cushion, I'd think.