One thing LSAT students struggle most with is coming up with and sticking to a good study schedule. This study plan was designed for students like you in mind, with consultation from current students studying for the LSAT-Flex.
It’s pretty straightforward and uses a unique combination of resources. The goal of this study plan is to help you stick to a regular and productive routine.
You get access to the following:
- Four day by day guides for what to do
- Drills for every section: Logic Games, Reading Comprehension, Logical Reasoning
- The drills are broken down by question type and topic
- Extra questions if you want more to do within a specific subject area
- A selection of Economist articles to use as a daily warmup and to develop your RC skills
- A selection of easy games to use as untimed warmups, aka “LG Breakfast Games”.
Drills are taken from PrepTests 22-40, and then 60-63 which are all available on LawHub. This leaves tests in the 50s available for use as full-length practice tests, in addition to the more recent tests. I also included questions from 60-63 since I use questions from there intensively for my courses.
To see a preview of the schedule, check it out here: https://lsathacks.com/one-month-study-plan-preview/