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LSAT Countdown: the Final Push

Don’t you just love February?

The days get warmer, the sun stays out a little longer and Valentine’s Day gives you a chance to spend 24 hours fawning over your special someone–unless you’re studying for the February LSAT.

If you’re registered to take the LSAT this February, you probably haven’t noticed the days getting warmer and longer, and you’re probably getting a little tired of spending all your free time with your nose buried in books, away from your loved ones.

You might even be considering letting up a little–after all, you’ve already put in a lot of time, right?

Don’t.

You’re almost there; you’re in the final push. Here are five tips for maximizing the last couple weeks of your LSAT preparation:

Look for trends. Work with your law school tutor to look at your last few practice tests and determine if any trends exist. What are you consistently getting right? What are you struggling with? Seeing that there are areas that you’ve mastered will boost your confidence. Seeing which areas need a little work will help focus your efforts.

Focus your efforts. Now that you know what areas you need to improve, spend your last couple of weeks honing up on them. Focusing your efforts will give your studying renewed energy.

Remember why you’re doing this. You’re focused on the LSAT, but it’s really nothing more than a means to an end. After you’ve passed it and become a practicing attorney–which is why you went to law school in the first place–the pride and pleasure will have been worth all the pain. Don’t lose sight of the big picture.

Get the paperwork out of the way. The last thing you need to worry about is the red tape that’s required to get through the door at the LSAT testing location. Take a little time and get all your documents in order–your photo, your ID, your registration forms. Put them in an envelope and then get back to studying. A little organization can go a long way toward easing your mind heading into the test.

Relax a little. Studies have shown that getting enough sleep at night and finding time to take your mind off the test during the day can significantly improve your performance. Tell your law school tutor you need to do something mindless at least once a day, and make it part of your study strategy.

 

This article was written by FindMyLawTutor.com.

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