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21st March 2016, 07:48 AM
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Re: Week of the LSAT

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test administered four times each year at designated testing centers throughout the world. Administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for prospective law school candidates, the LSAT is designed to assess reading comprehension, logical, and verbal reasoning proficiencies

Week before the LSAT Exam

DO get a good night’s sleep this week.
Start going to bed earlier and waking up earlier if don’t already so that body is not shocked by the time on Exam morning
Better yet, wake up the next couple of mornings and do an LSAT problem or two.

DON’T make the mistake of believing that every practice test score from now until exam day is exactly what is going to score.
While they are certainly in the range of what should expect, just because practice test drops from a 169 to a 167 tomorrow doesn’t mean is suddenly 2 points LSAT-dumber.
Learn from mistakes, review carefully, and move forward.

DO continue to do timed, mixed practice.

DON’T work too hard a day before exam day.
Read over notes or do a game or two, maybe a few hard logical reasoning questions done before. But it’s not the day to take a full-length test.

DO get a passport-size photo of yourself this week if you haven’t already.

DON’T dwell on what wish done differently over the last few months. To do so is a waste of critical energy at this point, and mind should be focused on.

DO think positively.

DON’T forget analogue (big hand, small hand) watch.

DO take a snack.

DON’T mistake the LSAT for a mythical tool that measures self-worth.
It’s just a test.

And finally

DO log into online account at LSAC.org and print admissions ticket.
Occasionally the LSAC makes last minute test center changes, so it is important to confirm assigned LSAT test location and test time.
Make sure one have reliable directions to the test location and that have dependable transportation.

Test Day
On the morning of the test, make sure to get up early so that you have enough time to eat a hearty breakfast and get to the LSAT test center early.
One does not want to start off this day in a stressful way by rushing to get there on time.
Just relax and be confident.
Remember: One is prepared.

Consider bringing personal comfort items such as a sweater, tissues, headache medication and a snack.
One cannot bring a handbag or backpack into the test center, so all of your supplies, including wallet and keys must fit in a one gallon size, clear zip lock bag.
Check the LSAC.org website for a complete list of items that cannot be brought into the test center.


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