If you’re taking a Blueprint class for the June LSAT, chances are you’re wrapping up ordering games. Grouping games are coming up, but before you move on there are some things you want to have down. Like, really have down.
Now that it’s April, the June LSAT is fast approaching. The next test after that in September seems pretty far off. Some students may want to start preparing early, though. Trying to cram all of the material on the LSAT into a few weeks of studying can be very overwhelming. Some prefer to space the process out. For those folks, here is a template to help guide your studying over a six month period.