Be Confident

  • If you’re preparing for the LSAT, then it’s probably not for fun but because you plan on attending law school and becoming an attorney: Do not lose track of your goal. The LSAT does not determine how good of an attorney you will be. Find balance between being determined to do well and being calm and clear-headed (confidence is not arrogance – follow other people’s advice but trust your own instincts).

  • Timing is important on the LSAT: If you are not calm and confident in yourself then you might spend too much time second-guessing yourself.

  • Stress and anxiety on test day causes some people to not reach their potential on the LSAT: Remember, although it might be nice to do well on the LSAT, it is not worth a heart attack!

  • So, do not let yourself get discouraged or frustrated. Try to enjoy the process to keep up with studying but when it gets intolerably boring – take a break!

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