I can't believe these obnoxious Michigan students, who use the board not to share information, but to socialize (as pathetic as that is)
lsat superprep, from amazon or lsac.org. the single best book on the market.
Quote from: Lizzie Jen Pendens on October 16, 2006, 04:19:20 AMlsat superprep, from amazon or lsac.org. the single best book on the market.I respectfully disagree. The material is sparse and the explanations are somewhat underwhelming. But, of course, diffferent things work for different people. However, the one truth in LSAT preparation is that the more real tests you do, the better you'll get - your times will go down, you'll get the hang of the questions, and you'll find yourself answering the easy ones without even thinking.I do believe there is a such thing as overpreparation, though. Personally, I only practiced on about 25 tests. This was mostly due to time constraints, but I don't think I would have went over 35-40 given unlimited time. This is just the way I work, but I find that after some (unfortunately hard to define) point, I saturate and then begin to get diminishing returns. My studying curve looks something like this: # of practice tests | | * * * | * * | * * | * | * | * |* ------------------ Improvement(Complicated, huh?)
It's complicated when you get your axes wrong...EE major...really?