Remember that LSAT is a different breed of test than anything you have come in contact with... This is not a memorization test like 95% of all tests given in an educational setting. I honestly think that it is completely ineffective to study for more than 2 or 3 hours (3 hours is really pushing it) in one day.LSAT is more like learning to play an instrument. One hour a day is much better than a 10 hour jam-out on Saturday.Keep in mind it's all about consistency. My score got stuck on 158-162 FOREVER then I just randomly jumped up 4 pts one day and never looked back. If I could do it all over again I would have just studied for 1-2hrs a day but made it a priority (i.e. go hide somewhere and turn off your cell phone. Make it a meaningful 1 or 2 hours).After that don't feel bad if you go play. You need to turn off and do some mindless activity and let this crap soak in. I suggest only studying 6 days a week.Remember, it's like playing an instrument... The absolute worst thing you could do is burn out or panic, this will ensure a frustrating experience come test time.Don't worry, you got it. You sound like a hard working person and I hope that it goes really well for you!