Tomorrow is the LSAT – the culmination of months of preparation. While you should probably pick out a few questions to warm up with tomorrow morning, your studying is over. Or at least, it should be over.
There’s not much to be gained from cramming in a practice test today, especially if you haven’t given your brain a break in a while. Like muscles that day need time to recover after an intensive workout, you need to take a mental break. Not only will it feel good to distract yourself from the test for a few hours, but your brain will likely be subconsciously processing all of your past studying. That’s right, taking a day off will actually help you better understand the LSAT.
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