The 180 Blog Banner Kaplan LSAT's Twitter Page Kaplan LSAT's Facebook Page Kaplan LSAT's Youtube Page The 180 Blog RSS Feed Kaplan LSAT

Balancing the LSAT and Life with an LSAT study plan

If you’re like many people studying for the LSAT, especially at this time of year, you’re juggling a lot of different balls (that might seem more like boulders). You may be a full time student, full time employee or …

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Harvard Law School – now Skype friendly!

Unlike most business schools, which regularly interview applicants, the vast majority of law schools only offer interviews in special circumstances. Harvard Law School has been an exception to that trend – for the last few years HLS has included short …

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Hurricane Sandy: LSAT Classes and Communication

To our LSAT students:

As always, we are committed to the success and well-being of our students and our faculty.  As a business, we try our best to remain in operation during periods of inclement weather to provide information …

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Score! Now what?

There’s nothing worse than the wait between Test Day and the day you receive your LSAT scores… well, there are worse things, of course, but still! It’s pretty bad! Finally, this week, the wait (worry?) will end as October test …

Read full story Comments { 1 }

Obama 1, LSAT 0

Can a top LSAT score get you into a top ranked law school? Help you become the president of the Harvard Law Review? Get you elected to the most powerful position in the western world? It certainly can’t hurt!

I …

Read full story Comments { 1 }

CTRL+ALT+DELETE? Not in Law School Admissions

As a high school teacher, a law student, and an aspiring part-time domestic goddess, I am constantly running on fumes. Yet I always seem to make time for that time-suck of our times, Facebook. Scandalous status updates, political tirades, baby …

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Law School Personal Statements – The Power of YOU!

Many law school applicants misunderstand the purpose of  law school application essays, using them almost as a plea to get accepted. Perhaps the most common bad essay choice is the “why I want to go to law school” approach. …

Read full story Comments { 0 }

LSAT Test Day: To cancel or not to cancel

You just finished the fifth and final multiple choice section of the LSAT. You’re ready to relax and complete the Writing Sample when the proctor makes an ominous announcement: anyone who wishes to cancel his or her score may …

Read full story Comments { 0 }


I’m conflicted about the recent release of iPhone 5: on one hand, iPhone 4 is my very BiFF, but on the other hand, I’m not outdoorsy. I don’t ‘rough it’ for recreation, and I’m certainly not going to camp …

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Taking the LSAT? Take some “Me Time”

Many of you are taking the LSAT this Saturday- congratulations on that, because I know it’s been a long road of practice and preparation. Rather than taking your time with a longer blog on last-minute strategy, I’m going to recommend …

Read full story Comments { 0 }