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landshark304

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D-Day, T-Minus 45 Hours
« on: June 05, 2010, 03:29:16 PM »
Monday is D-Day for me, the first LSAT attempt. I've been studying for about a month, a little late I know but I feel fairly confident, and I was wondering if anybody had some advice I should heed in these last few hours? The only thing I have set in stone over the next two days before the test was the June 2007 practice test that I have been saving until the end. Any other tips to help this time go by as smoothly as possible?

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Re: D-Day, T-Minus 45 Hours
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2010, 12:02:25 AM »
I'm taking it Monday as well, so I'm hardly an expert.  I've been told to get one good practice test in before the real thing, the just chill.  It's not like this is a test you can cram for.  Good luck on Monday.

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Re: D-Day, T-Minus 45 Hours
« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2010, 03:54:12 PM »

For Today, the last day before T-day, just relax.  No timed practice tests, no review and studying.  Just do something relaxing that keeps your mind off the test.  Watch movies or have a Calgon Moment or something.    Just DO NOT STUDY, WORK A BUNCH OF PROBLEMS, OR DO A PRACTICE TEST.