Let’s face it, studying for the LSAT is hard. Learning over 1,000 pages of concepts is no easy feat and the closer the test day gets, the more anxious you become. After all, this exam is the key to the law school of your dreams.
After several months of studying for the LSAT, I’ve come to realize that there are several key indicators that tell someone you are studying for the LSAT.
- How you feel when you first start studying for the LSAT.
If only you knew what lies ahead…
- And how you feel after taking your first practice LSAT.
Seriously, it is so draining that normal, everyday tasks are nearly impossible to do.
- Meanwhile, more and more people start asking how LSAT studying is going and you give them the same response:
- And people saying, “I’m sure you’ll do great,” brings out your sass:
But seriously, we probably need more of your positivity.
- And daily studying of the logic games section makes you feel like this:
- But when you start cutting down the time it takes to complete a logic game, you start feeling more like this:
- But your second practice LSAT still goes something like this:
It’s okay, there’s still time to fix it.
- And as you get further into LSAT studying, you begin to feel like you’re already conquering the art of arguing.
Calm down, you haven’t even gotten into law school yet.
- But it doesn’t matter because at this point you’re ready to conquer the LSAT and get into the law school of your dreams.
That June LSAT doesn’t stand a chance.
- Despite the endless amount of studying and frustration that comes with the LSAT, you know you’re preparing for your future.