February LSAT Scores Are Out

February LSAT scores came out yesterday, just as I was enjoying a lovely lunch with my friends at BlueprintPrep. The February LSAT is a tricky one, as evidenced by comments to this post about very low LSAT scores. (Skip to the recent comments). Here are the issues raised by this score: 1. If I submit

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Should I Take a Gap Year?

With only 3 weeks between notification of October LSAT scores and the December 1 LSAT date, I’ve been having conversations with a lot of law school applicants about whether they should retake the LSAT in December, wait until February, and/or take an additional year and apply to start law school in Fall 2014 instead of

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No October LSAT Scores? Badly Done, LSAC!

I’m upset that LSAT scores haven’t been released, and not just because I predicted they would be out by now and I hate to be wrong. I’m upset because law school applicants are at a disadvantage in two concrete ways by not having their October 2012 LSAT scores yet: First, many schools have Early Action

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When Are LSAT Scores Coming Out?

Maybe today! Maybe tomorrow! Usually, LSAT scores are released by email on the third Friday after the exam. That would be tomorrow for October 2012 LSAT takers.  Sometimes they come out early – on Thursday nights – so I’m keeping my fingers crossed. In the meantime, since you have nothing to do but twiddle your

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Thoughts on the October 2012 LSAT

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 porch. Thoughts on the October 2012 LSAT If you took the October 2012 LSAT last Saturday, you’ve now had over a week to

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December LSAT Strategies

If you’re a planning on retaking the LSAT in December (or taking the LSAT for the first time in December) you can still be a very competitive candidate for Fall 2013 admission. However, it’s especially important to use the time leading up when you get your score productively. The timelines and information in these past

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Should I Cancel My LSAT Score?

So, things didn’t go as planned and you’re thinking of cancelling your LSAT score. Should you cancel your LSAT score? Don’t jump the gun, take a little time to cool off (you have six days). Watch this 2-minute video by Ann Levine to help you decide whether you should cancel or hedge your bets, then

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