Our Most Useful LSAT Posts
In this post, we round up our most useful LSAT posts so you can find them all in one place! Here, they are, in no particular order!
In this post, we go over the pros and cons of retaking the LSAT. In general, you should try to take the LSAT as few times as possible. However, there are certain scenarios where retaking the LSAT is definitely warranted.
Another of our very useful LSAT posts is our LSAT test day tips. The day of the LSAT is stressful. There are some things you can do to make it less so. So, check out this post to see our advice on how to handle LSAT test day like a pro!
While taking the LSAT is tough, for many, developing a study schedule is also difficult! In this post, we developed a sample LSAT study schedule. It is based on 16 weeks, or 4 months, worth of prep time. Although this sample does not fit everyone’s schedule, especially if you have a lot of commitments outside of LSAT studying, it does give you a template to help keep yourself on track!
Although the Logic Games portion of the LSAT is worth the least of any section, it causes the most anxiety in takers! In this post, we give our best insights to those who struggle with this section.
Although this was initially framed as an idea to help with LSAT Christmas gifts, the information in this post holds true for all times of the year. So, if you are wondering what an LSAT taker might want to help assist their review, check out our list of helpful gift ideas!!
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