For those of you that are currently working full time, but hope to go to law school how are you preparing for the LSAT? I was out of work for a few months from back surgery, and I got the brilliant idea that I should go to law school. I bought the Kaplan LSAT book, and started reading it and practicing. Mind you, it was difficult since pain killers tend to make you sleepy, but I tried, and found I enjoyed taking the practice tests. I never did get to the point of taking a real practice test with the set time limits, because I had to go back to work and haven't been back into my book since. (that was 4 years ago!) The desire is still there, although I've done a great job of convincing myself that I just need to stay in this job and pay my bills, and how will I do that if I'm in school?So, I am ready to get the heck out of a job I hate and am back to thinking about Law school.How are you guys studying if you are working full time, and have family obligations?I have no children, only pets that require a lot of my time to expel their energy, and then I'm tired too. I could make myself study for an hour or two every night, and I will once I finally make that decision this is what I'm meant to do. Any help on how you study for the test and work, and fulfill your family commitments is greatly appreciated!