Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. More importantly, tomorrow begins your last week to study for the December LSAT (next Friday is a strict no study day). And so you may find yourself torn in opposing directions tomorrow – should you celebrate with your family, feasting until you slip into a turkey-induced coma, or should you lock yourself away in your room taking LSAT practice exams until you’ve scored a 175?
As usual, the answer lies somewhere in-between (did someone say exclusivity?). This last week of study is incredibly important. How you prepare will determine whether you’ll enter the December LSAT confident in your abilities or unsure of yourself and overly anxious, or, even worse, burned out and desiring “just to be done with this stupid test.” Your goal this last week should be to channel your inner Goldilocks to find the amount of studying that is just right for you.