LR’s countdown: 9 weeks until the LSAT
This week was all about simplicity. Less thinking, more action, and a whole lot of “YOU CAN DO THIS, LR! DON’T GIVE UP!” ra-ra self-cheerleading. It’s kind of cool to see that I CAN do one round of 20 PT’s in less than 3 weeks if I put my mind to it, but I wish I had been more serious about drilling at the very start of my prep (and not so worried about perfectly syncing drilling with the Bibles) so that I had time to do another round. But damn, I really punished myself these past two weeks and I think it’s high time to move onto bigger and better things. Like practice tests!
P.S. If you haven’t used your laughing muscles in a while, I highly recommend Zombieland. It works like a charm for yours truly. This week’s motto: TIME TO NUT UP, OR SHUT UP.
Sunday, July 24: Hm…drilling is getting easier
- Finished MBT questions from PT 1-20 (total = 100)
Monday, July 24: Never mind…this is just brain-numbing
- Finished Weaken questions (total = 107)
Tuesday, July 25: DIE, LR DRILLS, DIE!
- Finished Necessary Assumption questions (total = 128)
- Finished Flaw questions (total = 140)
- Seriously, 268 problems in one freaking day. That’s more LR than five practice tests put together!!!!!!!!!!!
Wednesday, July 26: Drilling vs. Reviewing = Reviewing sucks more
- Reviewed Q’s from linear and grouping games (total= 344). Redid diagrams for every missed Q and any question that I wasn’t 100% sure of when I did the games (there were about 20 problems I marked). Gawd, I hate reviewing. But it must be done.
Thursday, July 27: It’s all for you, RC!
- Slowly worked through Humanities (Literature) passages. Working on different strategies (I’m dedicating an upcoming post to RC so keep an eye out)
Friday, July 28: Rinse & Repeat
- Finished reviewing all other games from PT 1-20
- Finished reviewing all Humanities (Art) passages
- Began RC (music and poetry) passages
Saturday, July 29: Slowly, but surely….
- Finished RC (music and poetry) passages
- Start RC (social sciences) passages