I would start with very basic & familiarization of different type of questions. Once you done with the basic questions then you take one practice test & just focus on the section. When you done, look at the performance, really look at the finding areas in the entrance you cover on. Try to find your weakness & analyse your performance, You wouldn’t keep the same mistake again & again. Doing section level practice is very important, Go back & Try to find out where you are wrong.
Understanding of your strength & weakness is something, Only you can do. You know yourself well. Alternately you can build up a test under the time limit to get the experience of real test from beginning to end.
Dr. Jason Dickenson,
Director, India Testing-Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
To pursue a career in law, one has to go through at least one of the many entrance tests designed to evaluate the candidate’s aptitude. The entrance tests in India are more or less similar to each other, except for the imported LSAT India. The exam which is designed by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) defies the standard preparation for all the other law entrances.
To prepare for LSAT examination in one month you must have a complete alignment within yourself, first should be finding the syllabus and then strategize the whole planning for covering the whole syllabus also continuity will be required as it would be the last time and also to perform good at your d-day, you must have been through some test series. If you still have some doubts, you can check this out;
Hope this will help you