December 2105 LSAT Discussion



For those of you who are trying to figure out which section is experimental, here is a list of the REAL passages & games:

– Gender Studies/Women in Rome
– Black National Theater
– Corporate Crime/Punishment
– Lamarack Theory

– Chinatown

– Concerts
– Pottery
– Office
– Committees

– Dolphin/Elephant
– Waste Management

As is tradition at, here is a post where we can discuss the LSAT that was administered today, December 5th, 2015.

We’ll update this post to track the December 2015 LSAT as we get more information and you can use the comments section below this post to discuss the score release and anything else related to this test (how it went, do you need to retake, etc.)

Let the discussion begin! – Looking forward to hearing from everyone in the comments below.

Need to Retake? We’re Here to Help

It goes without saying that we want you to be an applicant that solid schools are fighting for. The prospect of getting a big scholarship at an elite school is a big carrot. If you plan to go to law school, your motivation level to grab that carrot should be through the roof.

LSATMM-orangeFor those shooting to do the very best possible on the LSAT, we invite you to work with us. We run the LSAT Mastermind Group, a small group of motivated students who can help each other and rely on Evan and I for support.

We are in the process of enrolling a small number of students studying for the December LSAT and beyond, so join now if you’re going to be retaking. Once you are in, you are in for life, with access to hundreds of lessons and weekly small group tutoring/coaching with Evan & I.

Round-Up of Our Most Popular Post-LSAT Articles

  1. How To Tell Which Section of The LSAT Was Experimental
  2. LSAT Score Percentile Chart
  3. What Should I Do While I’m Waiting For My LSAT Score?
  4. Should I Retake the LSAT?
  5. LSAT Prep Books & Self-Study – How I got a 177 on the LSAT
  6.  Rankings
  7. What is a Good LSAT Score?
  8. What LSAT/GPA Do I Need To Get Into…


  1. To those who only had 2 LR sections, did one of the sections include a question in which the answers were all questions? I’m trying to figure out which LR was the experimental but I can’t remember what the questions were.

  2. Did anyone else feel like there was a typo on one of the questions in game 2? It asked which of the letters could be placed in the first space, but I diagramed it and all but one could be placed there which makes me wonder if it was supposed to be can’t. Did anyone else notice this, or did I have a total lapse in judgment while diagramming that one?

  3. LG was the final section for mine and I ran out of steam. The last two games gave me a lot of trouble and I just wasn’t making the inferences needed. That said, I felt like LR was relatively easy so hopefully it’ll make up for the LG shortfall.

  4. So when you say the first passage was about gender you mean the one that talked about the history of women in society, and not the passage about women’s voting rights? Because I got both of those, and they were both my first passage, so knowing which one will help clarify which RC was real on my test. Unfortunately what RC all the other passages were in is jumbled together, so that’s my only real way of knowing.

  5. Is it worth cancelling your score and taking the Feb LSAT if I’m applying for Fall 2016? Should I just register for the LSAT in feb and wait for my score to see what’s up? I’d like to submit applications asap!

    • I had two. The first was fine but if the LG were confirmed then those were the ones I struggled with. First two were fine but the office and committe one messed me up and I ran outta time

    • Yep, LG are my weakest area, but there were some real tough ones. I got two LG sections. I found the second one easier, so I’m hoping the first was experimental!

    • OMG! my many many months of studying and my many many pre-tests looked Nothing like the Real LSAT. All that I can say is wow! My LG section was off the charts-extremely difficult. My head is still spinning. I have no idea how I did.

    • Not nearly enough time to properly complete each question. when I heard “5 minutes remaining” I went into a panic and randomly picked a letter. I was determined not to leave any question unanswered. Omg

    • AH I got two LG sections – was praying the extra easy one was experimental but no such luck. The last two games were crazy difficult!

    • Well, I walked out wondering why in the world a test like this would tell me if I am a law school candidate of not. Then, pondered and felt that after this test maybe Russian roulette would be a better test to tell if I was a law school candidate or not. I studied my butt for three months and walked out more confused and feeling like I wanted to cry. I took the classes, bought the books but when I did this test I didn’t even know what I was doing. Anyone else find that this test felt like the practice tests and studying you did was completely different?

      • YES! I am so glad I am not alone. I felt like I studied ans learned concepts but it was as if what I practiced was not useful at all. The LG section that was confirmed was the the hardest! (I got 2 LG sections).

      • Yes, completely different from everything I studied. I felt like a student walking into an important test and walking out I felt like I bombed it.

Leave A Reply

Want to increase your LSAT score?

Smart Choice. I'll send you a free copy of my ebook to help get you started.

"Getting Started on the LSAT: A Complete Guide to Prepping the Right Way"

Cool. I'm sending an email your way...


Check your inbox & shoot us an email at if you have any questions!