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For best results, you should allow three months minimum, and possibly as many as six months. A more precise way to look at the question is in terms of hours: since the average LSAT study program is 200-300 hours, you should divide that range by the number of hours per week you can comfortably invest in LSAT prep to determine how many weeks your program should extend.

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