Here is how I studied for the LSAT. I took a diagnostic where I got in the low-160s, studied for 1.5 months, and ultimately got a 174. I took the LSAT in January 2021.
I also used this spreadsheet to track my progress:
- Took a diagnostic test on Khan Academy. I also did some practice problems there. Khan Academy lets you set a time range and a goal, then gives you periodic practice sections and LSAT full tests. I usually used Khan Academy as a way to more easily mark my progress, as it would make me take full-length practice tests every few weeks and made a chart that tracked my LSAT score progress. This page was also helpful, as it lists out which LSAT practice tests are used by the platform, so you can ensure you don't take them again when practicing elsewhere.
- I wasn't very good at logic games, so started focusing on that. I read through the PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Bible to understand the general strategy.
- I bought LSAT PrepPlus ($100 / year). This was very useful because it has all the former LSAT practice tests, and it lets you use the official testing interface that online LSAT Flex tests use.
- I also bought a 7Sage subscription. They have really good videos teaching concepts. But in my case, I used 7Sage solely for the problem explanations. Particularly, after taking a section or full practice test, I would go through each question to ensure I understood why I got it wrong. If I didn't understand, I would watch the 7Sage explanation video to ensure that I did.