You Should Take the July 2019 LSAT. Here’s Why!!
If you’re thinking of taking the LSAT this summer or fall (or even if you haven’t given it any thought), you should seriously consider taking the July 2019 LSAT. The July exam is unique because the LSAC is using this exam to transition from a paper to digital format. It might seem like this is a reason not to take the exam but the LSAC has broken with tradition to give test takers accommodations that make it worth your while. These incentives are reason alone that you should sign up for the exam if you are thinking of taking it at all.
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Three LSAT Logical Reasoning Tips
The LSAT Logical Reasoning sections contain more than half of the points available on the test. Suffice to say, it is important to make sure you are as ready as possible to tackle these questions. In this post, we cover LSAT Logical Reasoning tips to help you succeed on test day!
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Three LSAT Holiday Studying Tips
It’s the holiday season! With so much to celebrate, it is too easy to set aside your LSAT prep for a later date. That, however, is a recipe for falling behind! In this post, we go over three easy LSAT holiday studying tips to help you stay on track and enjoy the festive period!
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What Is LSAC And Why Does It Matter For Law School?
If you’re interested in applying to law school or even just thinking of attending a law fair and possibly taking the LSAT, then you will certainly need to become familiar with how to use the LSAC website, www.LSAC.org. In short, LSAC administers the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT). It also hosts law school applications (in addition to many, many other things). So, create one soon to get started applying to law school!
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J.D. Advising & Wayne Law Mock LSAT: 1/12/2019
Wayne State University Law School and J.D. Advising are teaming up to host a mock LSAT in early 2019! This event is a perfect test run for those taking the January 26, 2019 LSAT. Keep reading to see full details!
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LSAT Gift Ideas For The Holidays
Although it may not seem the most inspired choice, the LSAT is a great occasion to give gifts. In this post, we cover LSAT gift ideas that can help brighten the holidays for anyone taking the test!
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How Do I Manage LSAT Stress?
While studying for the LSAT, it’s almost impossible to do so without stress. However, you do not need to allow it to become overwhelming. In this post, we cover how to help alleviate LSAT stress through simple actions before the test!
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Law School Application: Core Components Breakdown
Law School Application: Core Components Breakdown: Are you new to the law school application process? Unsure of what the application includes and what’s expected of you? Here is a 10-step breakdown of its core components to get you started!
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Our Top Four LSAT Study Habits
Now that the November 2018 LSAT is less than 6 weeks away, now is the time to really focus on your prep. In this post, we break down our top four LSAT study habits that will help you be fully prepared for test day!
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How Does LSAC Determine LSAT Scores?
When you first start studying for the LSAT, you most likely key in on a certain score you need to hit to get into law school. For many, that’s the only thing they care about LSAT scores. However, if you are interested in how LSAC determines LSAT scores from administration to administration, we can help! Read further to see how this process works!
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Three Essential LSAT Prep Items
Ready to start studying for the LSAT, but not quite sure what you need? In the LSAT prep market, it’s often hard to tell what is necessary, and what is superfluous. In this post, we break down the three essential LSAT prep items you need to really prepare for the exam!
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What Should I Do Post LSAT?
If you took the September 2018 LSAT, congratulations! The LSAT is one of the most difficult parts of applying to law school. Many students, however, feel lost after they take the test. They don’t know what to do with the time on their hands. In this post, we give you some guidance on what to do post LSAT to keep yourself on track!
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September 2018 LSAT Logic Games Prediction
In this post, we go over our September 2018 LSAT Logic Games predictions, based on analyzing previous tests!
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What Do I Do If I Don’t Know An LSAT Answer?
Anyone who’s taken the LSAT has the experience of having no idea how to approach an LSAT question. In this post, we tackle how to narrow down your LSAT answer choices if you get stuck on a question on test day!
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Three LSAT Logical Reasoning Tips To Boost Your Score
The LSAT Logical Reasoning portions of the exam are worth more than half of your overall score (51/101 points). Suffice to say, you need to do well on these sections in order to score well on the LSAT. If you are struggling, we’re here to help! Check out these LSAT Logical Reasoning tips to evaluate your approach and performance!
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