Many students and readers as for various iterations of an LSAT study schedule, so, in this post, we have set forth a 10 week LSAT study schedule. Students and readers ask how they should prepare for the LSAT and which materials to focus on and when.
Generally, you should learn fundamentals and big-picture concepts early on and take full length practice tests later on. If you are taking LSAT Freedom’s LSAT prep course, for example, this would mean hitting the e-books and study guides and tutorials heavy early on and focusing on the LSAT explanations later in the game.
Below is a sample 10 week LSAT study schedule you can use based on these principles. If you are planning on taking the LSAT and have between two and three months to prepare, you can use this LSAT study schedule to guide your preparation.
(We are obviously basing the following schedule on LSAT Freedom’s instructional materials. We did so in order to provide as much concrete information as possible. Nevertheless, you can glean from the schedule below the basic substantive areas you should be focusing on week to week.)
10 Week LSAT Study Schedule
This 10 week LSAT study schedule will get you on track
This 10 week LSAT study schedule will put you on an efficient and dedicated schedule for your LSAT preparation. Follow this 10 week LSAT study schedule to the letter, and you will see improvement in your LSAT performance.
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