It’s finally here. The day before the LSAT. LSAT Eve, as
we all call it no one calls it. You’ve been studying for months, trying to wrap your head around conditional statements, common fallacies, scenarios, and whatever the heck the Reading Comp passages have been about.
For January 2019 LSAT-takers, there are roughly 168 hours (that’s one week) standing between you and your dream score. With so much to keep in your brain until exam day, I want to relieve you of some of the effort of figuring out everything you have left to do in your last week before the exam. There are some things you absolutely need to do before you can take the exam, and there are a few more things that I highly recommend that you do in your last week in order to give yourself the best preparation for the LSAT.
This is my checklist of all of those things you should do in your week before the LSAT: