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LSAT Study Break: 4 Must See Movies, Take 2

The LSAT is less than 3 weeks away. You’ve been studying like a maniac and you’re in dire need of some R&R. Clearly, it’s time for an LSAT Study Break.

In our last Study Break we talked about 4 must-see …

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Enough is Enough?

Anyone know the old Donna Summer song from the disco era? The refrain was “enough is enough is enough”.  But is enough, enough?  When prepping for the LSAT it is critical to understand the concept of enough and to be …

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Should you postpone your LSAT?

“Should I postpone my LSAT?” is one of the most common questions I get from my students. Since I get to know each of them very well throughout the course, I’m in a great position to offer personalized …

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Ethnicity and the LSAT

In addition to administering the LSAT, LSAC (the Law School Admission Council) looks at the test and test-takers and then puts together statistics based on its studies. LSAC looked at the effect of gender on LSAT performance as well as …

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LSAT Points and Arguments

About two months I wrote on arguments in general and how they appear on the LSAT. Identifying arguments is a core LSAT skill which can net as many as 25% of total points on test day; it is also …

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Hut hut hut! Time for LSAT Boot Camp.

These days there are boot camps for just about everything from losing weight to management training. However, there’s only one boot camp that should be of interest to those of you reading this blog.

As of today, the June LSAT

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Changing your LSAT test date – Key info for June 2013

If you’re registered for the June LSAT, you should have just received an email from LSAC about ID requirements, admissions ticket requirements and test change procedures.

Most of the information is identical to past tests, but there are a …

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A Case for Law School

Should graduating from an ABA accredited law school and passing the bar be a requirement for the practice of law in the United States? This issue has come under increased scrutiny. Particularly in the past months as we see the …

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Is Anyone Going to Law School Anymore?

Recent reports from The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC), the organization that administers the LSAT, predicted that law school applications are heading for a 30 year low. Of the 200 law schools in the United States, all but 4 …

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LSAT + Summer = Awesome times!

If you’re still in school, you’re probably just finishing exams right now (or you may be among the lucky few who are done). You may already have your summer plans set (job, relaxation, backpacking across Europe, etc) and you’re wondering …

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