As previously announced, LSAC is finally falling more in line with other graduate school exams and is adding additional test dates — instead of only being given four opportunities per year to take the LSAT, future test-takers will have up to six chances per year. This year, test-takers in North America have the option to take the test on June 11 — as was the case in previous years — or on July 23, which will be the first time the test has been offered in July.
A Blueprint LSAT blog reader writes: ‘It would be helpful to have some tips and guidance in balancing the course workload with full time work. It is not easy keeping up with the homework while working and attending class.’
I’ve had a few thousand other students find themselves in similar situations. It really isn’t easy to balance life and LSAT prep, but here are some tips to help you along.
Tip 1 For Busy LSAT Students: Do a bit of everything.
If you can’t do all of your LSAT prep homework, try to do a bit from each section and at each difficulty. Don’t skip an entire section – that means do your Reading Comp homework!