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LSAT Writing Sample Frequently Asked Questions

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LSAT Writing Sample Frequently Asked Questions

The part of the LSAT that is least talked about is the writing sample portion, and probably for good reason. It is unscored, and the last section of an arduous test. Many students wonder how exactly to prepare for it, and what is expected of them. In this blog, we’ll go over the purpose of the LSAT writing sample, and touch on some tips.

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Is A Private LSAT Tutor Really Worth It?

 

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There are dozens of LSAT courses, books, guides, and manuals to help guide you through your preparation for the LSAT. As a private LSAT tutor, I’m often asked if it is really worth it, or if  a similar level of preparation can happen other ways. I always let students know that prep for the LSAT can take multiple forms, but that a private LSAT tutor comes with some benefits you cannot get anywhere else! Here’s our take on what advantages a private LSAT tutor offers over prep courses and books.

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3 Crucial Tips To Tackle LSAT Logical Reasoning Questions

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3 Crucial Tips To Tackle LSAT Logical Reasoning Questions

LSAT Logical Reasoning questions make up half of the points available on the exam. Thus, they should be a key area of review! Although many students stress out most about Logic Games, Logical Reasoning is more key to your success. To illustrate this point, if you answered half of the LSAT Logical Reasoning questions wrong on test day, you could score no higher than around a 162 or 163. And that’s assuming you answer every other question on the test correctly!

We are almost a month out from the September 2017 LSAT. If you are still struggling with Logical Reasoning, here are our top tips to help your review!

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5 Inside Tips for Logic Games Success

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5 Inside Tips for Logic Games Success

At our mock LSAT this past Saturday at Wayne State University, we fielded questions after students completed the exam. As you might have guessed, many of them revolved around Logic Games! Even though it is worth the least amount of any section of the exam, students worry the most about it. The basis of every question came down to this: what can I do to guarantee Logic Games success?

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JD Advising’s Mock LSAT At Wayne State University

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JD Advising’s Mock LSAT (Law School Admission Test) at Wayne State University Law School –  July 29, 2017

Are you thinking of going to law school?  Have you been studying for and are planning on taking the Law School Admission Test (LSAT)?  If so, we recommend taking our mock LSAT on July 29, 2017 at Wayne State University Law School.   The test will begin at 10:00 a.m. and will last approximately five hours.  It is  free to students taking the LSAT and is comprised of actual LSAT released questions. So far we have 107 students signed up!

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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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