Tackle Test Anxiety & Stop Study Stress with Mindfulness Facilitator Heather Prete
Many LSAT study materials focus on the content of the exam, but fail to mention the other half of the equation: the human being doing the learning. If anxiety, distraction, or self-doubt are preventing you from retaining information, how are you supposed to ace the LSAT? In today’s episode, Jelena & Branden pose your questions—and a few questions of their own—to UCLA-certified Mindfulness Facilitator Heather Prete.
Listen and discover:
How to get the benefits of meditation, even if you can’t sit still
What mindfulness techniques to use mid-LSAT if you’re panicking
The solid science behind mindfulness and meditation for brain health
How to meditate if you’re neurodivergent
Which mindfulness practices we can employ to cut down on screen time
What to do if test anxiety is keeping you from sleeping
Why “future-tripping is the worst thing you can do to your studying brain
How both Branden and Jelena have benefitted from meditation
. . . and more!
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