Anyone considering studying for the LSAT should start the same way: with a practice test. However familiar you are with the instructions and questions, an initial practice test will show you what you are up against. The score you receive on this first practice test means little. It does not indicate the floor or ceiling for your performance any more than your first golf lesson shows your handicap. Rather, the experience of taking the test reveals which sections you find most intuitive or interesting, and where you will need to put in the most work. With this context, you can start learning fundamental skills from a course or self study.