Your timer should be a constant companion in your test preparation.
This will allow you to continually monitor your practice as you strive to find a consistent pace at which to move comfortably and confidently through each section of the test. By taking practice tests under timed conditions, you more closely replicate the environment that you will encounter on test day.
Although LSAC regulations prohibit the use of digital timers for LSAT administration (analog watches are now the only acceptable form of time-keeping on the actual test), using a timer can be an effective way to ensure that your practice tests reflect the same time constraints as you will experience on test day.
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