-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 when you enjoy something, it becomes easier to devote time and energy into it.

Like most tests, much of doing well on the LSAT is based on self--confidence: When someone enjoys something then they are willing to devote the time and energy to become good at it, whether playing an instrument or sport or taking the LSAT. By putting in time and effort, students gradually become used to the questions that appear on the LSAT, and thus are able to earn the score they seek!

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