Anxiety affects virtually every LSAT student in one way or another. After all, it’s a test that could impact your entire career. The good news is that you can prepare yourself to handle some of the most stressful situations students deal with on the LSAT and learn how to minimize that anxiety on exam day. Let’s look at some of the most high pressure LSAT scenarios students face, so you’ll be ready for them on your exam.
Today’s post comes from Jordin Pettit, a former online Blueprint student who worked with Blueprint instructor Kyran McCann to prepare for the September LSAT. You can follow Jordin’s adventures, LSAT and otherwise, on her blog Petite Thoughts.
So as many of you know, I used Blueprint for my LSAT prep needs and I really loved it. I saw a pretty big increase in my practice scores. However, as I got closer and closer to my June date my practice tests and problems got worse and worse.