Many students experience test anxiety and burn-out in the weeks leading up to the LSAT. While some level of stress is absolutely normal, too much stress can be paralyzing and counter-productive. In this Forum post, our LSAT expert Nikki Siclunov responds to a student who hasn’t slept in 4 days and (unsurprisingly) just got a 136 on a practice test despite months of practice.
Here’s a quick preview. Make sure to check out the full thread to read the entire explanation Nikki provided to this student:
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