Top 5 things to do the day before the LSAT:

We know the time is near and some of you are beginning to feel the nerves. We understand. We’ve been there. We know how it is.

But, as you know, learning the material is only part of the battle. If you’re to fare well on the LSAT, it’s also important that you go into the test with a calm state of mind. Of course, this is far easier said than done. Sure, you want to relax and enter the test with the best possible mindset, but you don’t know how.

Accordingly, and just in the nick of time, Matt and Trent have compiled a list of the Top 5 activities for guys and girls on the day before the LSAT. Treat this as a to-do list on this most sacred of Fridays.

If you can check all these off, you’re sure to walk into the test center cool, calm and collected.

9 Responses

  1. girl says:

    Male advice def way more helpful, I’m gonna do it that way, Some sports, some chi, some rocky

  2. JT says:

    Do you get a double word score for eating a klondike bar while looking up kitten photos?

  3. guy says:

    The chick advice is way better. I have a kitten video going in the background as I read US weekly.

  4. dude says:

    you guys are awesome, lubriderm is key

  5. girl_in_orange says:

    Upvote for “girl.” The male advice was way more helpful (yeaaaahhh Rocky IV! best worst movie evar). I also felt there were a lot of inherent assumptions regarding gendered activities in this video…one might argue that this was flawed…*coughcough*… :)

  6. Arrr says:

    momentss before you should be listening to eye of the tiger.

    or the gladiator fight seen.

  7. Danielle says:

    I wasn’t supposed to spend the day masturbating? WTF?!!!!!

  8. Mike says:

    I had two reading comp sections. Anyone know what the non-experimental passages were about?

  9. girl says:

    the first girl here. So I’ve been wondering about this kitty business. I’m feeling really slow right now but is it implying the same thing as the male chi business. If it is, it’s def the main thing to do, whenever. I must know though, was it implying the same thing?

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