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The Top 3 Mistakes LSAT Test-Takers Will Make Next Year

Navigating that space between excitedly reading John Grisham novels and sitting down for the first time in a 1L Civil Procedure class can be tricky. In order to make that journey a successful one, here are three big mistakes to…

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LSAT Strategy at the Supermarket: Should I read Reading Comp. Questions First?

When I was in college, my roommates and I used to go grocery shopping at 2 a.m.The reasoning behind these trips was some combination of a need of something to do when everyone else was asleep, the joys of riding…

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LSAT Reading Comprehension: Squeezing Points

In honor of the launch of our new Reading Comprehension On Demand course, today Bryce shares with you tips on how to improve your performance in Reading Comprehension.If you get bogged down by complex passages filled with convoluted content and…

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LSAT Logical Reasoning In-Depth: Paradox

This May, we continue to explore the section of the LSAT that counts most on test day: Logical Reasoning. Continuing our series from March – we’ll cover some of the section’s toughest content throughout the weeks ahead. Check out more…

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LSAT Beat the Clock: Logical Reasoning

The LSAT presents a myriad of challenges for test-takers. Some find reading comprehension difficult to slug through; others find logic games particularly challenging; while other still are stymied by the complexities and variances of logical reasoning questions. But almost universally,…

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LSAT FAQ: When should I take the LSAT?

We field tons and tons of questions here at Kaplan Test Prep from students just like you – students planning on applying to law school. Some questions we hear more than others. This March, we tackle some of the most…

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The Top 3 Mistakes LSAT Test-Takers Will Make This Year

Navigating that space between excitedly reading John Grisham novels and sitting down for the first time in a 1L Civil Procedure class can be tricky. In order to make that journey a successful one, here are three big mistakes to…

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LSAT Strategy at the Supermarket: Should I read reading comp. questions first?

When I was in college, my roommates and I used to go grocery shopping at 2 a.m. The reasoning behind these trips was some combination of a need of something to do when everyone else was asleep, the joys of…

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LSAT Reading Comprehension: Good to the last drop

For those of you taking the December LSAT, it’s officially squeezing time. These next few weeks will be your last chances to squeeze every point that you can out of the LSAT, and for many of you, the last chance…

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How long does it take to prep for the LSAT? Take a lesson from the World Cup.

The world’s attention (and my TV) has been on the World Cup. However, each team’s journey to the World Cup started long before its opening match. In fact, qualifying for this four-week tournament started more than three years ago. It…

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