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- Joined: Jun 03, 2021
I am taking the LSAT on August 14, and my PowerScore prep opened on May 12. I was coming back from finals then so I didn't really start studying hard until recently. I completed the first lesson and did the homework but I now realize that I made a couple mistakes in starting out. I started without a long term plan, which was a problem because I was not sure exactly what to do when and how to incorporate the supplemental material. Now, it's the first week of June and I'm a little worried because I'm not exactly sure if I can get everything in on time.
What are general suggestions for moving in the right direction? I've started working on a long-term plan with a goal of 6 hours of study a day. Is that too much? I notice though that the lessons are three hours, the homework questions do not take more than four hours in a week for one lesson. Should I be looking for extra practice questions to fill up the time? And how important are the supplemental materials and podcasts to our study?