You have 3 LSAT study hours each day - really

I’ve gotten the same question a lot over the years: How much should I study for the LSAT? The right answer to that is always as much as you can.

Think about it this way. What would you say to someone who wanted to know how much to practice to make it to the NBA? Or how many auditions they should do to be the next Leonardo DiCaprio?
Sure, it isn’t going to be quite that hard to get the score you want on the LSAT, but the principle’s the same. Study as much as you can (without burning out).

Personally, I like to recommend three focused hours a day. That might seem impossible, but consider breaking it up and doing it like this:

1 hour before work/school
1 hour during lunch OR at your office desk during "downtime"
1 hour after work/school

That is totally doable. Also, you need to re-prioritize your schedule. Don’t organize your study time around other obligations or distractions. Instead, organize those obligations and distractions around your study time.

If you need help figuring out how to better plan your studying, I’ve got a whole page of articles on that exact topic. Check out these LSAT study plans ------>

Remember, you own your schedule. Your schedule doesn’t own you!

LSAT Steve

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