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Raise Your LSAT Score With Logical Reasoning

Raise Your LSAT Score With Logical Reasoning

As you start your LSAT prep, keep in mind that some sections are weighted more heavily than others in calculating your LSAT score. For that reason, it’s smart to focus your practice on the logical reasoning section. Even if logical reasoning is …

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The June LSAT may give your application an advantage in the law school admissions cycle.

The Case for Taking the June LSAT

Admissions deans, officers, and experts from law schools of every shape and stripe have all told us: the LSAT is the most important factor in your law school application. In fact, our 2014 law school admissions survey confirmed this …

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Let Them Eat Pi: LSAT Tips for Pi Day

Let Them Eat Pi: LSAT Tips for Pi Day

For those of you who might be a little rusty on your high school geometry, pi is a mathematical constant that rounds to about 3.14159. Tomorrow, 3/14/15, is a very special Pi Day, considering the date corresponds to the first five …

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9 Most Annoying Grammar Mistakes that College Students Make

By Megan Weyrauch
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Call the grammar police on this one. I get it, the English language is …

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Predicting the February LSAT: Your Questions Answered

Our LSAT content development team joined us in the studio last night to predict exactly what you will see if you are taking the February LSAT next weekend.  Check out the full video if you missed the event– for those …

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Tips for Fighting LSAT Prep Procrastination

How do you fight procrastination during your LSAT prep?

When you’re preparing for the LSAT, even if you’re starting many months in advance, procrastination is a very real and very present foe. It’s all too easy to get just

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Tip of the Week: Necessary vs. Sufficient LSAT Assumption Questions

LSAT assumption questions are the backbone of the LSAT Logical Reasoning section– the argument principles underlying assumption questions form the basis of the whole shebang!  It makes sense that getting really, really good at assumptions will get us to …

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Tip of the Week: Balancing LSAT Prep with Busy Schedule

So it’s time to study for the LSAT—or at least schedule your LSAT prep—and you somehow have to balance this with a full schedule.

You may be changing careers, or perhaps you’ve discovered that a law degree would be …

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How to Get Into Law School: A Comprehensive Checklist

Figuring out how to get into law school requires a lot of planning. Successful LSAT preparation always starts with the right state of mind; fall can be a busy time, and planning your schedule ahead can be a huge benefit– …

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LSAT Prep: Getting Your Holiday Practice Perfect

Figuring out how to keep on top of your LSAT prep over the long holiday stretch is super important, so we’ve collected the very best ways to stay focused and committed over what may be an extended break from school, …

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