LSAT Test Day is right around the corner! This is when tensions get high and the pressure of taking the exam can start to take its toll on test takers. That stress, however, can only impede your final preparations. That being said, here are a few dos and don’ts to avoid as test day approaches.
What You Should Study
PLANNING YOUR REMAINING STUDY TIME
- Balance stress management and study.
- Study areas of greatest strength, not only areas of greatest opportunity.
- The majority of your work should be under timed conditions—either Timing or Endurance.
- Still review the Answers and Explanations for every practice problem.
- Remember that you are going to law school.
WHAT TO DO LEADING UP TO THE TEST
- Get your body on schedule for the time of the test, and do LSAT questions at that same time of day.
- Eat, sleep, and exercise.
- Visit your test site; check on public transportation schedule, directions, parking, etc.
- Print out and double-check your admissions ticket.
- Check www.lsac.org for the most recent Test Day guidelines.
- Decide whether you want to take the test or withdraw.