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Which LSAT PrepTests are Best?

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Which LSAT PrepTests are Best?

In the course of studying, many students wonder how many LSAT PrepTests they should review. Later this week, Preptest 80 from the December 2016 will be released. So, most students will have access to dozens of previous exams. For many, that’s more than they could ever hope to work through. So, which LSAT PrepTests are best for preparing for your administration? We’ll break it down by section!

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What Do I Do After the LSAT?

What Do I Do After the LSAT?

You’re done! The most tortuous part of applying to law school is finished! All those hours spent studying and reviewing for the LSAT are now behind you! This sense of relief is one shared by almost everyone that sits for the test. For many, though, it’s quickly followed by a question: what do I after the LSAT is finished?

Luckily, there are plenty of things you need to do before you apply to law school. So, take that newfound sense of liberation and apply to other parts of the law school application process!

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How Do I Approach LSAT Assumption Questions?

How Do I Approach LSAT Assumption Questions?

Depending on how you classify them, the LSAT Logical Reasoning section has something like 10-15 different types of questions. LSAT assumption questions are, by far, the ones students ask me most frequently about. They also tend to be the ones students have the most difficult mastering. Here are a few tips to help you unlock what these questions want you to do.

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LSAT Tips for Procrastinators

 LSAT Tips for Procrastinators

It happens to everyone: you keep meaning to study, and you just never get around to it. Things pop up in your life: work, relationships, family issues. And for you, it happened before the LSAT! While it’s ideal to be as prepared as possible to take the test, we do have some LSAT tips for procrastinators below! They are applicable to those who have studied, or haven’t studied enough!

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Why You Should Focus LSAT Prep on New LSAT Questions

Why You Should Focus LSAT Prep on New LSAT Questions

Many students compensate for the stress of the LSAT by taking as many previous LSATs as possible. We think this is a great technique! However, there actually is a point of diminishing returns when taking previous LSAT questions. Below, we discuss why your LSAT prep should focus on new LSAT questions.

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Month Before LSAT Advice

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The February 2017 LSAT is less than a month away! To make your administration as smooth as possible, we have a few pointers to make sure you are ready for the test. Read below to see our month before LSAT advice!

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How To Survive LSAT Holiday Studying

Many students struggle with LSAT holiday studying. With the amount of fun that happens this time of year, there are just as many distractions to derail your review. Here are our tips to making sure you get the most out of your studies.

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Why Have LSAT Games Changed Recently?

bar exam essay feedbackMany students have remarked on the recent trend towards less familiar LSAT games in the last few administrations. The June 2014 and September 2016 LSATs both had games not commonly tested. Why might this change be happening?

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How Often Can I Take The LSAT?

How Often Can I Take the LSAT?

How Often Can I Take the LSAT?: After each administration of the LSAT, we often have inquiries about how soon students can retake the exam. It is not uncommon for students to take the LSAT more than once, especially since law schools only have to consider their highest scores. Below, we’ll address how often you can take the LSAT, and other frequently asked questions in this vein!

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Week Before the LSAT Tips

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Week Before the LSAT Tips

It’s the week before the LSAT. The test is only a few days away! It’s no wonder many people find this to be the most stressful week of preparation. Don’t let test anxiety ruin a perfectly good week of preparation. Here’s what we recommend you do the week before the LSAT to make sure you are fully prepared for test day!

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Working full time and studying for the LSAT? Here are our Full-Time Worker LSAT Tips

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Most LSAT preparation advice is geared toward students who have time to study between classes or semesters. Increasingly, though, older students are leaving jobs and going back to law school. For those who work while doing LSAT prep, here are some useful full-time worker LSAT tips to help get you on-track.

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LSAT Reading Comprehension Tips

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Reading Comprehension is often the most overlooked part of LSAT preparation. Many takers figure that if they can pass a college English or history course, they will do well on this portion of the test. However, it’s not as easy as that! The LSAT is looking for you to approach the reading comprehension section in a very deliberate way. Here are some LSAT reading comprehension tips to help you if you are struggling with this section!

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December 2016 LSAT vs. February 2017 LSAT

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December 2016 LSAT vs. February 2017 LSAT: Which One Should I Take?

For students taking the December 2016 LSAT, some inevitably want to delay taking the exam until February 2017, thinking it will give them more time to study. Since the December and February LSATs are administered very close to each other, here’s a breakdown of the advantages to taking the December and February LSATs!

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Law School Personal Statement Do’s and Don’ts

MPTLaw School Personal Statement Do’s and Don’ts

We get many questions about students’ law school personal statement when they start the application process. Here’s some advice we received directly from admissions officers!

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The Advantages of Online LSAT Tutoring

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Online LSAT tutoring is a growing trend in the test prep business. Although a common belief is that in-person tutoring is best, there are many ways online tutoring is superior to face-to-face tutoring.  Here’s are five good reasons to consider online LSAT tutoring: Continue reading

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