Back in the good old days, Labor Day marked the beginning of the school year. Labor Day reminded everybody to buy some new notebooks, put some aloe on their sunburns, and prepare for the academic season to start. For the subset of undergrads and members of the workforce applying to law school in the coming fall, it’s even more important to get ready, because the workload is about to become intense.
In a hospital, triage is about assigning degrees of urgency to different patients when there are too many to treat right away. But what does triage look like in the context of the LSAT?
Many LSAT students get to a point when they realize that they just won’t have time to master every possible topic the LSAT could throw at them. Instead of giving each topic equal time, the best thing this student can do is to assign highest priority to those LSAT topics which are most common and most important to success.