Want to Improve Your LSAT score? Don't Be a Bill

Let’s imagine two identical students for a second. We’ll call them Bill and Will. Both students have four months to study. Both students have a diagnostic score of 145 and want a 165+ on the test so they can have a shot at UCLA. Both students study on average two hours a day, five days a week. They use the exact same study materials. 

Who does better?

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