How long do I study? (Video, babies, video.)

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How should you spend your time? That’s a very broad question. All things being equal, we’d recommend putting in the 10,000 or so hours necessary to master the oboe. Oh, no oboe for you? Fair enough. Not many people drop by Most Strongly Supported to talk unpopular woodwind instruments.

No, instead, they drop by to talk about the LSAT and law school. Regarding the former concern, one of the most common questions we get is, “How long should I study for the LSAT?” Like most other things in life, there’s no one-size-fits-all-answer. So we put together a helpful little video, starring Blueprint instructor extraordinaire (say that five times fast) Sam Fox, that breaks down how to determine what study schedule is right for you. Even better, it not only gives you a timeline, but an idea of what needs to be accomplished during that timeline and the order in which to do it.

Excited yet? Want to find out what your lucky study number is? Well, here’s the video:







Feel free to share this ultra-wholesome information with your friends who are looking to take the LSAT. You’ll be a valuable source of information, and they will definitely owe you a visit to Taco Bell, all you can stomach.

2 Responses

  1. Daniel says:

    How much time do I spend studying in each day for a 2-month study plan?

    • Hi Daniel,

      Two months is about the bare minimum needed to prepare yourself for the exam. You should be prepared to study twenty hours per week, and you can divide that up however fits into your schedule, within reason. Obviously one marathon 20-hour study session per week would be disastrous. If you’re doing seven days a week, about three hours a day should suffice.

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