Q&A: How to Develop a Multi-Month LSAT Study Plan

Hi, I'm a college student planning to take the LSAT next summer and I want to get started and prep a year in advance for it. What should I do? – I.G.

Law school applicants should allot at least four months for LSAT prep, but with more time you can lower your stress levels and build some slack into your schedule for times when life gets in the way and you have to shift focus to other priorities. Long-term LSAT prep will be more of a marathon than a sprint, so you want to build the habits and conditions that keep you on track. Ideally, you should approach the LSAT systematically, with a five-stage study plan…

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