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The Best LSAT Prep Options

Self Study: (Watch this video to make sure this is really the option for you.) WHO: The naturally brilliant standardized test taker and the self-disciplined student. WHAT: Being responsible for choosing your own study materials, setting your own study schedule, and evaluating your own performance. WHEN: Start at least 3-4 months ahead of the LSAT. HOW: A schedule available from

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A New Study Strategy for the October 2013 LSAT

Hi! I’m Nathan Fox, sole proprietor of Fox Test Prep and author of five LSAT books, including Cheating the LSAT. Ann kindly invited me to respond to the following question from one of her readers: “I started studying mid march and took a 6 week course at my university. I did around 15 practice test and studied al least 4 hours every day of

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An Interview with LSAT Freedom

LSAT Freedom was founded by Congressman Ron DeSantis, Robert Fojo, and Rob Tauler.  The three were roommates at the Harvard Law School and formed LSAT Freedom in 2010 when they saw the need for a new type of LSAT prep course to be available. What would you say is the most fundamental LSAT advice you could give to someone thinking about

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June LSAT Takers – Practice. Review. Prepare.

(The following is a guest post by M.N. Akbari at LSATMax). I’d like to go over the three main things you should be doing from now till test day: Practice. Review. Prepare. (1) Practice Remember that LSAT prep is subjective—every student is different. Your friends might be advocating taking a practice LSAT each day, and that may work for them,

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Taking Practice LSATs Isn’t Enough – 3 Tips for Studying

With the June LSAT coming up, you may be taking practice test after practice test to prepare for the big day. Our friends at LSATMax shared a few tips on how to get the most out of practice LSATs. – See below: Taking Practice LSATs Isn’t Enough by M.N. Akbari Are you pounding your forehead to your desk after taking

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Who Gets To Attend A Top Law School?

How to Get Into a Top Law School? Top law schools require stellar undergraduate grades, an LSAT score that shows you can compete with their student body, and soft factors which demonstrate experiences that will add to the diversity and knowledge of the law school class. For Top 10 law schools, a ballpark combination would be scoring 170+ on the...

Can I Get Into Law School with a Low LSAT and Low GPA?

Tips for Law School Applicants with low LSAT scores and low GPAs: Call attention to excellent performance during a portion of your time in college, or in a certain area of study in college. Obtain excellent academic letters of recommendation. Demonstrate that more recent academic accomplishments (in graduate school, or during your later years of college) are a better indication...

Thinking About Going to Law School

If you’ve been considering whether law school is right for you, check out this 15-minute LSAT/Law School podcast interview about what’s important to consider and how to prepare yourself for deciding on a career in law. In the podcast, we discuss: How to explore whether law is the right direction for you; How to choose courses in college to prepare for law...

The Law School Admission Game, 4th Edition: Now Available!

I am so excited to announce the release today of the 4th edition of my bestselling law school admission guidebook, The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert. This is fully up to date with information on recent changes to the LSAT, LSATFlex, and use of the GRE in law school admissions. It includes even more examples of case studies...

LSAT Flex Trends and Tips

This week, I had the pleasure of being a guest on everyone’s favorite LSAT podcast, ThinkingLSAT with Nathan Fox and Ben Olson of LSATDemon. Both Ben and Nathan lend their expertise to the 4th Edition of The Law School Admission Game, which released last week, and we spent the podcast talking about the book, trends in law school admission given the circumstances surrounding COVID-19....