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Don’t Forget About The July LSAT!

The sun rises. Taxes are due in April. Summer blockbusters are released in summer. And the LSAT is given four times a year (September or October, December, February, and June). Right? Wrong! This year, you can take it in July as well! 2018 has the following test dates for the…

Logic Games

A Complete LSAT Conditional Reasoning Lesson

Conditional reasoning is a common feature of the LSAT, tested heavily in both the logic games and logical reasoning sections. While the term ‘conditional reasoning’ is a little intimidating, it’s important to realize that you already understand these logical relationships intuitively and use them in your daily speech. In this…

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February 2018 LSAT Discussion

You’ve spent countless hours over the past few months pouring over lessons, drilling questions, and taking PrepTests. Your friends have stopped texting you because you’ve always got your head in a book. Your significant other has gone to bed alone while you stayed up to review your last PrepTests. Your parents…

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How to Peak on LSAT Test Day

The February 2018 LSAT is just a short while away. It’s a good time to take stock of where you are and make sure you will be ready for this thing. Let’s run down what you need to do. Shoot To Hit Your Peak On Test Day You need to…

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5 Horrifyingly Wrong Ways To Study For The LSAT

We are pretty positive people here at lawschooli.com, but I can’t be merry and just tralala through life all the time. Why not? Because I see people doing stuff to prep for the LSAT that is very wrong and I have to fix it. We are also going to get…

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7 Shortcuts to a Higher LSAT Score

We thought we’d give those of you new to the LSAT some general tips to make sure you are doing this right. If you’re a regular reader, you may have seen this advice before, but it’ll still be a good refresher. However, for the newbies here’s your welcome to the…

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The Top 5 Hacks for Mastering The LSAT

Someday, maybe America will be more like the movie Gattaca, and they’ll be able to tell which law school we belong in (or whether we belong in law school at all) just by scanning our genetic material. Until then, we are stuck with the LSAT, which is like the Harry…

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LSAT Logical Reasoning Fundamentals

Sometimes, it’s tough for me to remember what it was like to begin studying for the LSAT. At first, the whole thing was totally foreign to me. In recognition of that, we wanted to do a post for those just starting out learning logical reasoning (LR) in order to help…

Books

Choosing Which LSAT Books To Use (And How Many)

A couple of weeks ago I was asked about using multiple LSAT prep books for each section during self-study. How many LSAT prep books do you need? Is it wise to use materials from a bunch of different LSAT companies when you are doing your prep? Here we will talk…

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LSAT LR Flaw Questions For Non-Dummies

The following is a lesson from our LSAT Mastermind Study Group, which we invite you to join. Learning how to spot and critique flaws is the single most important skill that you need to develop in order to succeed on the LSAT logical reasoning section. We are all good at spotting…

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Feeling Unprepared for the LSAT?

Have you only taken a handful of full, timed full LSAT preptests? If so, you’ve got ALOT of room for improvement. I was probably only scoring around 160 or so by my 6th timed LSAT preptest. After my 20th preptest or so I was up in the low 170s and by the time I’d…

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