LSAT prep for September!

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gorillajuice10

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LSAT prep for September!

Postby gorillajuice10 » Fri Aug 10, 2018 6:07 pm

Hello all!

Finally got my degree.. So I have a month to study for the test. I know kinda dumb, but I was really thinking I should study as if I was gonna take it September. I worked my butt off this summer so I could graduate early.

Right now, these are the materials I have.

PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Bible
The Official LSAT SUPERPREP (3 official LSATS and explanations)
Reading comprehension Manhattan (sitting in the library just have to get it)

Do I need a book for analytical reasoning? By the way, I am a history major and can dedicate maybe 4-5 hours a day or more. I really like how this Logic Games Bible looks, just got it today. Thanks for the help and any suggestions.

jbird18

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Re: LSAT prep for September!

Postby jbird18 » Sat Aug 11, 2018 11:54 am

I don't see how it could hurt you.

Ehurley2

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Re: LSAT prep for September!

Postby Ehurley2 » Mon Aug 13, 2018 11:22 pm

Hella practice tests!

AdamLSAT

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Re: LSAT prep for September!

Postby AdamLSAT » Tue Aug 14, 2018 8:02 pm

Take the exam. It won't hurt you as Law schools just look for the highest score on an administered test. You won't be able to achieve your highest score possible but you'll be able to go through the motions and get valuable "test-day" practice which may help to reduce anxiety on future administrations.

You'll need a Logical Reasoning book, such as PowerScore's, and a hell of a lot more actual practice tests to prepare for the November exam as well.



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