What should I do the morning of the LSAT?

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Tutor Bernadette Chimner discusses what to do on the day of your LSAT test.

    Bernadette Chimner: Hi, my name is Bernadette Chimner. I am with Griffon Preparation Services and today I am talking with you about what to do on the day of your LSAT test.

    Host: What should I do the morning of the LSAT?

    Bernadette Chimner: The morning of your LSAT, you should do exactly what you would normally do, with the one exception of making sure that you eat breakfast. Even if you are not normally a breakfast eater, you are going to need to eat something because LSAT test is always supposed to be about four hours long, but sometimes things can go wrong at the beginning and you can end up with a really long delay and so that by the time you are finally in there in that second or third section, you are going to get hungry and you are not going to able to concentrate. So eat something. Don't need a giant meal if you are not a breakfast eater because you don't want to end up with a bad case of indigestion, but eat breakfast that morning.