HELPFUL TIP: Standardized tests are as much a test of mental endurance as they are of the quadratic formula or punctuation. Push yourself to take the three hours on a Saturday, Sunday, or over a break (say from the Coronovirus!) to TAKE A FULL PRACTICE TEST that simulates the conditions of an actual test, including the short breaks that are a part of it. I know that’s a lot of time and a lot of work, but it will be worth it in the long run. Don’t forget the parable of the ant and the grasshopper! We’re talking about your future. Have a parent, sibling or friend time you or even read the online script to make it even more official. You got this, kid!

Relevant Story: I knew a girl once, who, no offense to her, wasn’t the crispiest fry in the happy meal. But she worked crazy hard. In a three month period she took a LSAT practice test every other day(!) and got a PERFECT SCORE! She ended up at Georgetown law and is now making about a zillion dollars as a partner in a major firm. You don’t have to go that far, but even one or two practice tests makes a huge impact. Do you have what it takes? Taking practice tests separates the girls from the ladies and the boys from the men!