June LSAT Quirks & Tips

Today’s LSAT advice comes from our friends at Blueprint LSAT Prep. Blueprint offers live LSAT prep classes throughout the country and online LSAT courses for those who want to study on their couch. If You’re Not a Morning Person, the June LSAT is the LSAT for You The June LSAT is a bit of an

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How (and Why) to Review Your LSAT PrepTests

Today’s LSAT advice comes from our friends at Next Step Test Preparation. Next Step provides one-on-one LSAT tutoring programs nationwide. They provide a free upfront consultation to help students. First things first: You absolutely must spend time reviewing your practice exams, in detail. This is the #1 reason why students get stuck on avoidable score

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The Ins and Outs of the February LSAT

Today’s LSAT advice comes from our friends at Blueprint LSAT Prep. Blueprint offers live LSAT prep classes throughout the country, as well as an online LSAT course for those who prefer to study in their pajamas. With February LSAT deadlines abound, you’re running out of time to start studying for the next administration. One reason

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December LSAT Takers: A 4-Week Plan

You’ve just taken the December LSAT, so you’re probably feeling the stress of rolling admissions, seeing that others have already been admitted to your dream law school, and thinking that you’re late in the game. Here’s the good news: by the end of this post, you’ll be feeling a lot better about the timing and

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It’s Not Too Late to Take the LSAT in December

It’s not too late to consider retaking the LSAT in December. Recently, on LawSchooli.com, I shared three reasons why you might consider retaking the LSAT in December. It’s December 7th, which is just around the corner, and the late registration date (online or by phone) is November 15th. Hopefully reading this article will help you

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