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Discover How to Make YOUR Most Effective LSAT Prep Timeline

Postby Blueprint LSAT » Tue Mar 05, 2019 8:28 pm

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The LSAT exam is not a content-based exam focusing on things like science or math, but rather a skills-based exam. This brings challenges for prep, and the only way to prepare and improve is to practice.

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Re: Discover How to Make YOUR Most Effective LSAT Prep Timeline

Postby Art_Vandelay_ » Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:59 pm

I just finished my Blueprint prep course and am considering taking the LSAT in June (and probably also July) rather than on March 30. I feel that I can greatly benefit from the extra time since I am not yet hitting my goal score. Also, I figure I am going to have to take the LSAT more than once anyways before the 2019 applications open.

Does anyone see a potential downside to waiting? I intend to keep studying up to test day regardless of the date.

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Re: Discover How to Make YOUR Most Effective LSAT Prep Timeline

Postby Blueprint LSAT » Tue Mar 12, 2019 7:25 pm

If you have the time and aren't worried about application deadlines, by all means use it. The way our course is structured front-loads a lot of the big concepts and builds in some time to consolidate and drill what you have learned, but you can always benefit from more. I'd suggest a balance of time spent on shoring up your understanding of the various types of games/questions/passages and drilling how you attack each type.



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