Three LSAT Holiday Studying Tips

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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?

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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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Law School Application: Core Components Breakdown

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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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How Does LSAC Determine LSAT Scores?

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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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What Should I Do Post LSAT?

What Should I Do Post LSAT?

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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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Three LSAT Logical Reasoning Tips To Boost Your Score

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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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I Am Stuck In An LSAT Rut! What Should I Do?

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I Am Stuck In An LSAT Rut! What Should I Do?

Inevitably in your LSAT review, you’ll get to a point where you seem to make no progress. This LSAT rut can be extremely frustrating, especially for those studying on a shortened schedule. In this post, we give some advice on how to conquer your LSAT rut and keep your studying on-track!

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