Hello everyone. I'm taking the LSATs October 2nd and I've been studying on my own since early May. In my travels I came across this fine message board and I've been reading the threads on a constant basis. I figure I'll be here on a more regular basis as D-Day approaches.
Anyway, in my first post to you fine people, I ask, how are you studying for the LSAT? I've been reading posts quoting hours exerted, but I'm more interested in the activities performed in these hours. Are you spending an hour going over LR questions in minute detail (categorizing, analyzing sentence structure, comparing/contrasting answer choices, etc)? Are you spending this time going through rapid sequences of questions, similar to the pacing of the actual test? Are you spending this time reading, re-reading (as many times as necessary) the various prep books out there (LG Bible, Kaplan, PR, etc)? Are you dedicating whole studying blocks to LR, AR, RC or doing a little bit of each in studying blocks? What specific studying strategies do you employ?
I have much free time in the next month and a half before school starts and I would like to maximize the time as much as possible.