"I found that on my second attempt using a day-by-day LSAT study schedule was the most important thing." - Dan, 141 to 168

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Brandon LSAT Success

Preparing for the LSAT is confusing.

There are dozens of prep books and practice tests out there, and 1,000+ articles on this website.

When, and how, should you use them all?

These study schedules give you a plan:

1-Month LSAT Study Schedule (Weekly / Daily)

2-Month LSAT Study Schedule (WeeklyDaily)

3-Month LSAT Study Schedule (WeeklyDaily)

4-Month LSAT Study Schedule (WeeklyDaily)

5-Month LSAT Study Schedule (WeeklyDaily)

6-Month LSAT Study Schedule (WeeklyDaily)

7-Month LSAT Study Schedule (WeeklyDaily)

Retake LSAT Study Schedule (Weekly: Moderate / Weekly: IntenseDaily)

(If you need advice on when to do everything for your law school applications, check out the detailed guide I've made for those, too.)

You can also get answers to these Frequently Asked Questions:

How can I fit in LSAT prep while I'm working or in college?

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How should I study for an LSAT retake?

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