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What The Heck Should I Do While I Wait For LSAT Results?

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What The Heck Should I Do While I Wait For LSAT Results?

For many students, the worst part about the LSAT is the interim period between the test and the release of results. It feels like a dead period, one where it is hard to know what action to take. With only a few months between administrations this time of year, any wasted time seems irreplaceable, especially if you struggled on the exam. So what, exactly, should you do while you wait for LSAT results?

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June 2017 LSAT Review

June 2017 LSAT Review

The June 2017 LSAT is over. If you’ve spent the last several months preparing for the exam, you can breath a sigh of relief! If you plan on taking the LSAT in the near future, you probably want to know how this one went. Here is my June 2017 LSAT review, from my perspective as a second-time taker. (Yes, I am a glutton for punishment!)

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3 Tips For Logic Games Anxiety

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3 Tips For Logic Games Anxiety

Almost everyone that takes the LSAT is familiar with Logic Games anxiety. It’s that feeling of helplessness as you read through a game. Many people find themselves paralyzed by fear of not knowing how to move on. Below, I detail 3 Logic Games anxiety tips to help you maximize your score on test day!

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Best LSAT Habits of Successful Students

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Best LSAT Habits of Successful Students

Regardless of how they begin, the students who do best on the LSAT inevitably share some common approaches to studying for the LSAT. Through my years of tutoring for the test, I’ve noted the qualities of those who score best on the exam, and what they did to best prepare themselves. So, here are the best LSAT habits to develop during your preparation!

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When Is It OK To Take An LSAT Study Break?

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When Is It OK To Take An LSAT Study Break?

We’ve all hit the LSAT wall, the point where you can’t even look at another question without wanting to tear your hair out. But many students feel guilt taking time off from studying. They worry they will lose a crucial preparation edge, and push on through studying, sometimes to their detriment. So, when is it OK to take an LSAT study break?

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LSAT Timing Tips

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LSAT Timing Tips

LSAT Timing Tips: I always tell students that the LSAT has two equally challenging and important aspects: the material and timing. In fact, for many, timing is more difficult than the material. Given all day, most people who study LSAT material could score well on the test. When a person studies for the LSAT, they are actually preparing for two tests, one of which focuses on the material, and one of which focuses on timing. In that vein, here are some LSAT timing tips to help with the timing side of things!

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The GRE: A Breakdown For Law School Applicants

The GRE: A Breakdown For Law School Applicants

Last week, Harvard announced that, as part of a pilot program, it would accept GRE scores for admission to its law school. It joins the University of Arizona as the only two accredited law schools to allow the GRE to be used in place of the LSAT. As one of the top law schools in the country, Harvard might be a bellwether for larger changes taking place in law school applications. What does this mean for the future of the LSAT, and how will it change applying to law school? And how does the GRE compare to the LSAT?

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