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How Many Times Can I Take The LSAT?

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How Many Times Can I Take The LSAT?

LSAC changed it’s policy on how many times a person can take the LSAT, effective for the September 2017 administration. However, news seems to travel slow in the LSAT world. We’ve run into many students who still aren’t aware! So, in this post, we go over these changes for those who missed this the first time around!

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Free eBook For Law Students

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Free eBook for Law Students: “Five Things You Can Do Right Now to Excel in Law School Exams”

JD Advising’s free ebook, “Five Things You Can Do Right Now to Excel on Law School Exams” was written by Ashley Heidemann, who graduated as the #1 law student. It is geared toward law students looking to start preparing early in their semester. As law students begin their second semester, they are often looking to tweak their study habits. Now that they have been through a round of exams, they are starting to realize what works and what doesn’t. In our ebook, we give you five tips to help students start preparing early. If you’re looking to modify how you studied and prepare for final exams, this book is for you.

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LSAT Logical Reasoning Mistakes…And How To Fix Them!

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LSAT Logical Reasoning Mistakes…And How To Fix Them!

Of all the sections on the LSAT, Logical Reasoning is worth the most. 51 our of 101 questions fall in Logical Reasoning each administration! In order to make sure oyu nail this section of the exam, make sure you don’t fall into any of the common LSAT Logical Reasoning mistakes. Read further to see how to avoid these pitfalls!

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Is Holiday LSAT Review A Good Idea?

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Is Holiday LSAT Review A Good Idea?

We’re well into the festive part of the year. While the holidays are a great time for food, family, and celebrating, they are not perceived to be a great time for LSAT review. However, we think that this could not be further from the truth. In this post, we cover why holiday LSAT review is actually very doable!

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Three Key LSAT Prep Must-Haves

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Three Key LSAT Prep Must-Haves

There is tons of LSAT prep material on the market. Countless books, strategy guides, and blog posts cover exactly what you need to prepare for the test. In our minds, however, there are only a few things we consider invaluable toward your prep. In this post, we cover the three key LSAT prep must-haves you need to do well on the test!

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Which LSAT Logic Games Should I Focus On?

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Which LSAT Logic Games Should I Focus On?

In this blog, we typically write about LSAT Logic Games more than we do about any other section. On the surface, this doesn’t make sense. Since the sections on the LSAT are not weighted, Logic Games are worth the least of any section. Yet, they cause the most anxiety and fear in students. Often, students try to hedge their bets by studying what they think will appear on the test. A better approach is to study the games that will help you learn the other games faster. So, in this post, we go over what LSAT Logic Games you should focus on if you are struggling with the section as a whole.

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Can You Raise Your LSAT Score After Multiple Attempts?

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Can You Raise Your LSAT Score After Multiple Attempts?

If you’ve sat for the LSAT multiple times, and have not seen much change in your score, you might think it’s impossible to increase it, no matter how much you study. However, this is not true! We’ve had students increase their scores by 5-10 points on their third or fourth attempt at the LSAT. So, what’s the best way to raise your LSAT score if you feel like you’ve tried everything?

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LSAT Milestones: A Guide To Preparing In 3 Months

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LSAT Milestones: A Guide To Preparing In 3 Months

“Am I in a good place?” is the most common question students ask LSAT tutors. The LSAT is an especially tough test to judge where you are. Unlike the MCAT, you can’t use how much information you’ve memorized to tell if you are prepared. So, we thought we could help with some LSAT milestones to let you know where you should be at various stages of studying. Although we generally advise taking 6 months to fully prepare for the test, we recognize people might not have that luxury. So, we’ll base this post off of a 3 month timeline.

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