What to Do on LSAT Testing Day
Sleep is highly underrated in the modern world, especially among college students and people in fast-paced professions.
Get a good night’s sleep—or don’t.
Do you like to get up early in the morning and work out? Great! Do that on LSAT test day. If you usually drink coffee in the morning, go ahead and have a cup.
Stick to your normal routine.
If you’re taking the LSAT in the morning, you might be tempted to make big plans for the afternoon.
Keep your plans for LSAT test day simple.
A set of warm-up questions will wake your brain up and shift your mind into LSAT mode. This can help you get off to a better start in the first section.
Do some warm-up questions before the test.
You want to perform like a champion on LSAT test day, so think like one. Focus on specific goals that you want to achieve.
Think like a champion.
While it can help to visualize a flawless performance, you also have to be realistic when considering how the actual test will play out.
Stick to your plan.
You’ll get a 15-minute break at the end of the third section. Get up, walk around, and use the restroom.
Use the break to your advantage.