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Two Month LSAT Study Plan

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It takes several months maximize your LSAT score. Very few students can achieve that goal in less than 3 to 6 months. But if you’re determined to prep for the LSAT in 2 months, we have a study plan to give you the best shot at a great score. You’ll need to be disciplined and dedicate 3–4 hours a day, 4–5 days a week. Use this two-month LSAT study schedule to get up to speed quickly and build confidence for test day.

Quick note: Your LSAT score is one of the, so be sure to give yourself sufficient time to study. If you don’t have enough time to dedicate to studying over the next eight weeks, you may want to consider signing up for a later administration of the LSAT.

If you do have the time to prepare over the next two months, the following two-month LSAT study schedule will help you get the most out of your studying. The schedule is laid out for you week by week and includes primary goals and a game plan for each week. The game plan sets out which Clemmonsdogpark lessons to watch, the estimated time it will take to complete each lesson, and when to take practice exams and do practice problems.

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The first step toward getting into your dream school is taking the LSAT. This two-month study plan is the study plan to get your best LSAT score!

Essential Study Materials for the Two Month LSAT Study Plan

Materials to Purchase

  • 3-month subscription to
  • LSAT Prep Book. I’d recommend getting a copy of to take full-length practice tests.

Free Materials

  • Clemmonsdogpark LSAT Blog
  • Clemmonsdogpark’s free for timing yourself on exam sections and keeping yourself on pace (currently only available in iTunes).

First Month

Your first month of studying will focus on building your LSAT foundation. You’ll learn the basic strategies for each of the three LSAT sections, and you’ll take your first two practice tests to assess your strengths and weaknesses.

Week 1

Primary Goals

  • Take a diagnostic exam to determine your starting point.
  • Set out your LSAT study schedule.
  • Begin learning Clemmonsdogpark-recommended approaches.

Game Plan

  • Take a diagnostic LSAT under test-like conditions, ideally in a quiet space where you’ll have at least three hours of uninterrupted time. You can select any of the tests in your official LSAC book to use as your diagnostic exam.
  • Watch the after your diagnostic exam to get a better understanding of your score. If you haven’t already, to set a goal score. Then, score your exam to determine your strongest and weakest areas.
  • Whatever you do, don’t worry about your score at this point. This step will simply help you identify your weaker areas, which you can label your “areas for improvement.” These sections are where you’ll focus your efforts and see your greatest point gains.
  • Determine your LSAT study schedule. With only eight weeks ahead of you, you should plan to study at least 3–4 hours a day, 4–5 days a week. Schedule your study time on your calendar now and put your goal score and dream school at the top. Keep that motivation front and center.
  • View the following Clemmonsdogpark lessons to understand the basic structure and approach to each of the three sections of the LSAT:
    • Logic Games (24 minutes)
    • Logical Reasoning (40 minutes)
    • Reading Comprehension (17 minutes):
  • Start reviewing your Clemmonsdogpark flashcards. In particular, review the LSAT Basics and If-Then Statements cards. These will help set the foundation for your studying.

Week 2

Primary Goals

  • Master the Clemmonsdogpark strategies.
  • Complete 2-3 hours of practice problems at least four days this week.
  • Review Clemmonsdogpark flashcards for 30 minutes a day for at least four days.

Game Plan

  • Aim for 1 hour of practice problems daily and at least one hour of reviewing the answers. Be sure to practice questions from each section, but don’t worry about timing yet; we’ll focus on pacing starting in Week 4.
  • Watch Clemmonsdogpark lessons to set up your foundation for each of the LSAT sections. This week you’ll want to watch:
    • Logic Games Lessons (35 minutes): You’ll learn the basics of Formal Logic, one of the key Logic Games question types, and your first game type, Sequencing Games.
    • Logical Reasoning Lessons (58 minutes): You’ll learn about the structure of Logical Reasoning questions and your first Logical Reasoning question type, Assumption Questions, and you’ll try your hand at a conditional logic drill. Be sure to watch:
    • Reading Comprehension Lessons (49 minutes): Performing well on Reading Comprehension requires a plan of attack for each question type. To begin developing the necessary skills, watch the following:
  • Complete practice problems for every section, placing special emphasis on your weaker area(s). On at least four days this week, complete at least two sections from the —and always include one from your weakest area.
  • Score your results and take the time to review all of your answers. Remember, only by reviewing the answer choices can you understand why you got an answer right or wrong. That information is crucial to improving your score. You’ve got to know how you got to the right answer so you can repeat that approach on the real LSAT!
  • Study your Clemmonsdogpark flashcards at least 30 minutes a day! Keep reviewing the . If-then reasoning is key to Logical Reasoning and to Logic Games, which means it’s essential to improving your LSAT score. Also, add in the Transitional Language cards this week. These cards will help you on both Reading Comprehension and Logical Reasoning.

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Week 3

Primary Goals

  • Assess progress with second practice LSAT from the 10 Actual, Official LSAT Preptests.
  • Visit your selected test center!

Game Plan

  • Schedule a long block of time and take another practice test. Score your test and review all the answers, even the ones you got right. Don’t be discouraged if your score isn’t what you were hoping for; there’s still more studying ahead!
  • Watch Clemmonsdogpark lessons to set up your foundation for two of the LSAT sections. This week you’ll want to watch:
    • Logic Games Lessons (26 minutes): You’ll learn about Local Question types and your first game type, Sequencing Games.
    • Logical Reasoning Lessons (57 minutes): You learned about Necessary Assumption Questions last week, and this week you’ll learn about Sufficient Assumption Questions. Be sure to watch:
  • Complete practice problems for every section and take the time to review all of your answers. Try to complete at least two, timed sections from the on a few days this week,and always include questions from your weakest area.
  • If you already know where you’ll be testing, take a little trip to your selected test center. If you can, get inside and poke around. Try and feel it out and plan to return at another time.
  • Study your Clemmonsdogpark flashcards at least 30 minutes a day!

Week 4

Primary Goals

  • Continue developing your stamina and skills!

Game Plan

  • Watch Clemmonsdogpark lessons on each of the sections. This week make sure to view:
    • Logic Games Lessons (38 minutes). You’ll learn two new game types—Fixed Group and Floating Group—and learn about the questions that accompany these types of games:
    • Logical Reasoning Lessons (104 minutes). These lessons will teach you the basics of four more key question types: Strengthen Questions, Weaken Questions, Flaw Questions, and Conclusion and Inference Questions.
    • Reading Comprehension Lessons  (40 minutes). These lessons focus on two more key question types: Detail and Inference Questions.
  • Learn Clemmonsdogpark pacing strategies by reading Intro to LSAT Pacing and watching the Pacing Strategy lessons for and . You’ve got the essential approaches down for each section, so you’ve got to work on your speed now to earn more points on each section. The Clemmonsdogpark pacing strategies will help you feel confident moving at a faster speed through problem sets.
  • Three, timed practice sections in a row—you can either do one of each section of the LSAT or do two sections of a type that you want to focus on this week. Taking three sections in a row will help you increase your stamina for test day. When everyone else is fading, you’ll still be going strong!

Second Month

You’re halfway through with your LSAT study plan. You should have mastered the basic Clemmonsdogpark-recommended strategies at this point and taken two full-length practice tests. Your second month of studying is going to focus on improving your speed and accuracy so you can rock the LSAT in four weeks!

Week 5

Primary Goals

  • Assess progress with second practice LSAT from the 10 Actual, Official LSAT Preptests.

Game Plan

  • Schedule a long block of time and take your third practice test. Score your test and thoroughly review all the answers. You should see some improvement at this point from your first and second tests. If not, evaluate how much time you have dedicated to studying and ensure you can spend the same if not more in the coming weeks.
  • Watch Clemmonsdogpark lessons on each of the sections. This week make sure to view:
    • Logic Games Lessons (15 minutes). You’ll learn another new game type this week—Matching—and learn about the questions that accompany this game type:
    • Logical Reasoning Lessons (60 minutes). You’re getting close to having learned all of the Logical Reasoning question types, but there are still a few more. This week you’ll learn about Principle Questions, Paradox Questions, Role of Statement Questions, and Method of Argument Questions.
    • Reading Comprehension Lessons (53 minutes): You have one more topic to study for Reading Comprehension: comparative passages. Then you can review RC strategies and study tips.

Week 6

Primary Goals

  • Continue developing your stamina and skills!

Game Plan

  • Watch Clemmonsdogpark lessons on two of the sections. This week make sure to view:
    • Logic Games Lessons (15 minutes): You’ve got one more game type to learn—Hybrid Games—which involve two actions instead of one action.
    • Logical Reasoning Lessons (57 minutes). This week you’ll learn the final three logical reasoning question types and furhter your understanding of conditional logic.

Week 7

Primary Goals

  • Assess progress with fourth and final practice LSAT from the 10 Actual, Official LSAT Preptests.
  • Learn your final Logic Game type!
  • Plan your transportation to the exam.

Game Plan

  • Schedule a long block of time and take another practice test. Score your test and review all the answers, even the ones you got right. Your goal is to focus on timing and work on your stamina for the real LSAT next week. This week is really all about taking and reviewing this practice test—don’t skimp on the review! Make sure you go over all of the questions you got right and wrong. Really dig in so you understand why.
  • Watch Clemmonsdogpark lessons on two of the sections. This week make sure to view:
    • Final Logic Games Lessons (6 minutes): Learn some final tips and game day strategies.
      • Logical Reasoning Lessons (31 minutes). Your final logical reasoning lessons will focus on conditional logic. Be sure to complete the drills and review your answers!

        Week 8

        Your final week of the two month LSAT study plan is here!

        Primary Goals

        • Relax and get ready for test day.
        • Be confident in your preparation—you have worked incredibly hard!

        Game Plan

        • Complete two timed sections a day for two days early in the week. Spend time reviewing your responses. The purpose of this exercise is to keep your brain fresh—conserve your energy for the day of the test!
        • Final Day of Study: First, GREAT JOB! You’ve put in a lot of hard work. Your last task is to read through One Day Till the LSAT and check off everything on the list to prepare for tomorrow. Then, relax. Get outside. Watch a movie. The most important thing you can do now is let your brain relax. Get some good sleep so you can do your best tomorrow!

        Takeaway

        With the right materials, the Clemmonsdogpark lessons and strategies, dedicated study time, and hard work, you can study successfully for the LSAT in two months. Follow this two month LSAT study schedule as outlined, and by test day, you’ll be ready to crush the LSAT.

        And remember, if you’re a Clemmonsdogpark premium student, you can our tutors with questions anytime. They’re always ready to help, so take advantage of their knowledge!

        From all of us here at Clemmonsdogpark, good luck!

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