Approach LSAT problems in a way you understand.

Without putting too much pressure on yourself, make time to focus on preparing for the LSAT: Create a realistic study schedule - it does not have to be set in stone but it should be reasonable for you to follow.

  1. Any book or course promising a 180 without putting in time and effort is a scam (LSAT courses gladly take credit for students’ improvement but it is likely their improvement is because they put in time and effort

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Everyone learns differently

There is not a “correct” way to prepare for the LSAT – every individual learns best in his or her own unique way — some learn best by watching someone do questions, some learn best by taking practice

CONFIDENCE

-like many things in life, doing well on the LSAT requires CONFIDENCE. Whether playing an instrument, practicing a sport, or taking the LSAT-when you see improvement you start to enjoy it more, and w

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