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How to study??

by susanthomas954 Wed Jan 27, 2016 1:45 pm

So I'm planning on taking the LSAT on June 10th. I have almost a full month until the online LSAT class starts. I'm not to sure as to how to prep during this month. I feel like I should be doing something, but I don't know how to approach it. PLEASE HELP!! :shock: :shock:
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Re: How to study??

by tommywallach Thu Feb 04, 2016 11:21 pm

Hey Susan,

Sorry, but we can't provide individual study plans on here. We offer a program of guided self-study, however, through our Interact application, to say nothing of our classes and tutoring options. Sorry if that sounds like an upsell, but if we attempted to answer every person who asked this question at length, we'd be out of work!

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Re: How to study??

by clarenceb628 Fri Mar 24, 2017 6:22 am

Give yourself enough time to study,Organize your study space,Use flow charts and diagrams,Practice on old exams,Explain your answers to others,Organize study groups with friends,Take regular breaks,Snack on 'brain food',Plan your exam day.
 
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Re: How to study??

by AnthonyS543 Wed May 24, 2017 9:24 am

First, make up a plan for yourself, which you specifically need to learn. And do it. You can do a lot for one month
 
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Re: How to study??

by DominicG543 Fri Jan 05, 2018 11:23 am

Sure, you have heard some pieces of advice like "organize yourself" and "don't waste a lot of time". But also I sure that it is definitely important. You don't need any motivation - it is temporary. You need self-discipline and a deep understanding of what is more necessary for you now: watching videos on YouTube or studying. There is a big number of tips which you can find surfing the Internet. Just remember the time of day for working and some hours for relaxing (this is extremely important to be productive as well). So, all in all, have a good luck.
 
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Re: How to study??

by AlexM409 Wed Mar 21, 2018 9:50 am

Gues,
I am a student, and I have to write an essay!
How to write a good essay?
Give me some recommendations!
Thanks!
 
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Re: How to study??

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Re: How to study??

by TravisC480 Wed Jul 25, 2018 9:01 am

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Re: How to study??

by romano.eric901 Wed Sep 12, 2018 7:04 am

Beginning your LSAT studies is quite challenging. For those in school, it’s just another task on top of classes, jobs, internships, and other extracurriculars. For those out of school, it’s a "back to studying". It's among the more important tests you take, given how heavily admissions officers will weigh your score when appraising your application.

The LSAT is a skills test and is unlike other tests you’ve taken in past. Rather than testing your ability to recollect facts, the LSAT measures your ability to read carefully, evaluate arguments, and make deductions. Practice reading resources like essays and research papers on sites like 123helpme. You may possess these skills in some measure already, but to make improvements, you’ll need to dedicate many, many hours towards developing, refining, and mastering them.

In other words, you can’t cram for the LSAT. You can no more cram for the LSAT than you can for a chess match, a bake-off, or a three-point shot contest. So, for anyone planning to study for the LSAT, how should you chart a course through the uncharted waters of LSAT preparation? There are a few keys you should remember.

- Plan to Study for Several Months
- Start with Understanding the Concepts, Then Get a Lot of Practice
- Keep the Long View
- Maintain a Positive Attitude
 
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Re: How to study??

by LarryI295 Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:55 am

One of the tips is "don't postpone" i guess,quiet obvious Procrastinaton is one of the most relevant problems for students.I try to fight it so hard,all the time,but usually i lose that battle,mainly the reason is having a job perhaps,that take away alotta time that i could dedicate to studying.Sometimes i seek for assistance from online tutoring,like this https://homework-lab.com , when i'm totally out of time. I guess i already got used to work in squezzed time frames
Good luck with the preparaton!