Yesterday, we covered the things you should be doing during your final week of LSAT prep. Today, we’re taking a look at the things you should be avoiding at all costs.
Don’t take practice tests every day
As the number of days before the LSAT dwindles, it can be tempting to take as many practice tests as possible. However, that can mentally exhaust you just when you need to be on top of your game. You should take a practice test or two this week, but spend the rest of your time reviewing the tests and drilling, rather than cramming in as many tests as possible.
Don’t Study on Friday
There’s often a glimmer of panic in my students’ eyes when I tell them not to study at all the day before the LSAT. It’s true, though!