Getting ready to take the LSAT is a stressful time; there’s a lot riding on this test, and the combination of unfamiliar question types, strict time constraints, and high pressure can be tough to take. But law school is tough, too; most law students and lawyers would agree that law school is much harder than the LSAT. Don’t let that discourage you, though! Instead, look at the stress you’re facing now as a chance to prepare yourself for the challenges that lie ahead; develop the kinds of good stress-management habits that will make you a better law student, and eventually even a better lawyer.
By incorporating these ideas into your LSAT preparation, you stand a better chance of emerging from the test prep experience mentally and emotionally intact, and ready to tackle the challenges of law school!
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