Many students often wonder how far in advance they should study and prepare for the LSAT. The LSAT is an important test and requires a sufficient amount of preparation. People have different schedules and are often uncertain of how to plan an effective LSAT study schedule around their day-to-day activities. For example, some students have full-time jobs and must plan around that. Other students, however, are fortunate to take some time off and then must figure out how best to use that time. In the video below, LSAT Freedom co-founder Robert Fojo explains an effective two-step approach for determining how far in advance to prepare for the LSAT.
How Far In Advance Should I Prepare For The LSAT?
Determining how far in advance to prepare for the LSAT depends on two things . . .
As Fojo explains, determining when to begin preparing for the LSAT depends on two things: (1) the raw number of hours necessary to study and prepare for the LSAT, and (2) how you can then fit and allocate those hours into your day-to-day schedule. If, for example, you are fortunate to take a couple of months off, you can probably fit in the necessary number of hours into that time frame. On the other hand, if you work, you may need to spread out your studying into a broader time frame so you can fit in the number of hours required to prepare for the LSAT.