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LSAT Test Dates: Kaplan’s Guide to Planning Your LSAT Prep Schedule

The four LSAT test dates are pretty much the same every year: October, December, February, June.  But what does that mean for your schedule?  We’ve heard from a lot of admissions deans, officers, and experts from law schools of every…

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LSAT Tips from Kaplan LSAT Experts: Pre-law Checklist

Successful LSAT preparation always starts with the right state of mind; that’s why so many prelaw students start looking for LSAT tips, LSAT advice, and preparation opportunities in the summer, after classes are over and schedules calm down.  Our Kaplan…

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Real LSAT Logical Reasoning Questions: Sacrifice Leads to Success

Staying on task on a Friday can be daunting for even the most focused LSAT preppers; remember that staying in now will be rewarded later!  For now, we can offer you some real LSAT logical reasoning questions from an actual…

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LSAT Distractions: the 7 Week Itch

When people study for the December or February LSAT, they almost always do so with a sense of urgency; up against application deadlines with little time to prep, it’s definitely go time. There’s a lot of stress involved in waiting…

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Ask the 180: Application Transcripts and Last Month LSAT Advice

Welcome to our inaugural “Ask the 180″ article, in which we answer your direct questions on all things LSAT, prelaw, law school admissions, and whatever else you want to ask!  Remember to send your submissions to christine.schrader@kaplan.com– we will answer…

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Throw Down: 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 a…

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Getting Greedy: LSAT Reading Comp Tips

LSAT Reading Comp is many a student’s favorite section… when they start preparing. Why? It looks familiar (we’ve seen similar articles, and most of us have taken tests with reading comp), and most people can get some things right in…

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Need Law School, LSAT, or General Pre-Law Advice? Ask the 180!

As a teacher, on social media, and even through this blog, I hear from students every day: from questions about their applications, to LSAT issues, to concerns about the future or finances– and sometimes just to vent!  A lot of…

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Real LSAT Practice: Free Logical Reasoning Questions

Every week we work to pump your LSAT preparations up using real LSAT questions and practice– with expert explanations, of course!  Check out our three real LSAT practice free logical reasoning questions from LSAC-released PrepTest 19, and try them out…

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Logic Games Problems? Hack Your Way to Successful Studying

LSAT logic games problems are extremely common, especially at the beginning of your preparation process, because they are, straight up, the weirdest looking thing on the test. But even if you are great at games, good at games, or feeling…

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