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Throw Down: Necessary vs. Sufficient LSAT Assumption Questions

LSAT Fight: Necessary vs. Sufficient Assumptions

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

prelaw adviceAs 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

LSAT Preparation Motivation

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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Real LSAT Reading Comp Questions: Free LSAT Practice, Baked Fresh (Weekly)

We have dominated logical reasoning practice, lacerated logic games, and now we round out the very last reading comprehension passage and practice questions from real LSAT PrepTest19 with some free LSAT practice!  Don’t forget to ch-ch-check out the passage and …

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THE MUPPETS PRESENT… LSAT Logical Reasoning Tips!

Everybody loves the Muppets (and if you don’t love the Muppets, I can’t talk to you anyway because doing so could violate a fundamental truth of my existence), which makes them the ideal ambassadors for some friendly LSAT logical reasoning …

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Get your real LSAT reading comprehension practice here!

Today we will take a look at the last full passage from LSAC PrepTest 19, a great chance to get some real LSAT reading comprehension practice (as well as keep you focused before you may or may not behave irresponsibly …

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Real LSAT Practice Questions: Logical Reasoning Argument Flaws


Welcome back to your favorite time of the week: real LSAT practice questions time!  This week we are taking a closer look at four actual LSAT logical reasoning questions from LSAC PrepTest 19.  Try each question on your own,

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LSAT Score Received… Now What?

LSAT Score Received

February LSAT scores were released this Sunday, so many of you are probably wondering what your next steps are.  Naturally, every single one of us is going to have a reaction based on the number we see in that email …

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Oscar Awkward: Handling LSAT Pressure

Oh, Oscar: when not associated with a certain grouch or the odd couple, the name evokes a very specific flavor of beautifully dressed awkward moments.  There are always gaffes, nerves, slights, important people someone forgot to thank (Hilary Swank’s husband, …

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Fall LSAT Test Date Change: Handling Your Study Plan

Fall LSAT Date Change

There will be no October LSAT in 2014; the LSAC has announced a fall LSAT test date change, from Saturday October 4th to Saturday September 27th, to account for the observance of Yom Kippur.  The Saturday Sabbath observance test date …

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