Roddy618 wrote:So what's everyone's plan for June 2017? Self study and then a class? When will you take the class? What class are you planning on taking? I want to use my upcoming winter break to start some light studying and planning everything out to the detail including reaching out to possible professors for a letter of recommendation and informing them that I will be contacting them again over the summer break if they agree to it.
I'm really having difficulty on what class to choose. Test Masters seems the way to go and I already have the three Power Score Bibles, also.
Steer clear of a class imo, it won't focus on your weaknesses as much as self study. If you're going all 6 months due to heavy courseload or fulltime job, take your time and try to logically think about and absorb the information in the prepbooks. This is a retake (due to sickness in September and a bunch of weird shit that forced me out of December) for me so my plan goes something like this (in my head).
Print of x3 copies of every game from 1-60
Organize them into QT
Month 1-2 (Jan-Feb): Do basic/advanced linear games, read through all 3 manhattan prep books; focus primarily on strengthen, weaken, assumption, and parallel LR; Drill RC (untimed and heavy RC review).
Month 3-4 (mid march?): Reread the LSAT Trainer w/notes. LG grouping and stupid games (once in recent history); Rest of the LR question types left; Timed RC w/ heavy review
Month 5-6: PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT, PT PT, PT, PT, PT PT, PT, PT, PT PT, PT, PT, PT
and lots of reviewing.