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Preparing for the LSAT-Flex

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COVID-19 has “cancelled” much of 2020; however, that thankfully doesn’t hold true for the LSAT – it’s a great time to get started with digital LSAT prep. When COVID-19 arrived in the U.S. early this year, the LSAC responded, and it has since been accommodating test-takers with a 3-section online version of the LSAT – […]

How Much Does Law School Cost?

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How much is law school? Law school is expensive, and that’s no understatement; at sticker-price, it can cost an individual hundreds of thousands of dollars to earn a juris doctorate degree at an A.B.A. approved law school. However, the truth is, the cost of law school is different for everyone and there are two critical […]

How to Apply to Law School

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If you’re wondering how to apply to law school and are looking for some guidance and tips—you’ve come to the right place. The application process can be quite overwhelming for many students, but the fact of the matter is, the application process in itself is fairly simple and structured. The only requirements to be able […]

Applying to Law School

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The law school application process starts by, you guessed it, studying for and successfully conquering the LSAT—arguably the most important component of a student’s law school application. With successful completion of a bachelor’s degree program being the only law school application requirement, the result is an extremely diverse applicant pool, and to stand out as […]

Best LSAT Prep Books

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Are LSAT study books still relevant in the digital-era? Definitely—LSAT prep books contain the same content as their digital counterparts, and either approach is proven effective at learning how to succeed on the LSAT. In fact, many students find that they learn the LSAT’s logic more effectively by reading a physical book rather than by […]

Law School Admission Tips

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What are conditional admission programs for law school? Most law school applicants are familiar with these three terms: acceptance, rejection, and waitlist; however, some students may be deferred to a law school’s conditional admission program in lieu of such a clear-cut response to their applications. Conditional admission programs, also known as “pre-enrollment” or “performance based […]

Law School Admissions Consulting

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What is law school application consulting, and is it worth it? Well, the answer depends on who you ask, as every law school admissions cycle, thousands of law school applicants get denied or wait-listed from their dream schools—schools these students probably would have been accepted to, had these students better prepared and revised their applications. […]

LSAT Prep Classes

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If searching for “LSAT prep classes near me” doesn’t yield any results in your area, don’t worry, because online LSAT prep has come a long way since the advent of the internet. There are plenty of reputable LSAT resources available online that will reliably prepare you for your test administration date; from digital self-study tools […]

LSAT Logical Reasoning Practice

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Many students starting out their LSAT prep have a difficult time learning how to study for logical reasoning LSAT sections of the exam, and the remedy to their difficulties is a simple one—learn the reasoning basics first. The reasoning basics include: understanding the roles of sufficient and necessary statements in an argument and being able […]

LSAT Practice Test

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Studying for the LSAT has never been more accessible than it is today—that’s great news. With LSAT prep having evolved, students are now able to prepare for the LSAT online, from home, or on-the-go via mobile devices. The improved accessibility of LSAT study online isn’t the only perk to mention; taking into account that the […]

Free LSAT Prep

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According to the law school admissions council (LSAC), the number of students being administered the LSAT has grown rapidly over the course of the last 5 years (~40%). With the goal of bringing more equity of opportunity to law school applicants, in June 2018, LSAC partnered with Khan Academy to bring to students LSAT prep […]

LSAT Study Materials

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First and foremost, before acquiring any LSAT prep materials students should decide upon a preparation method—some preparation methods, such as group LSAT courses, provide students with all the materials that they’ll need. Therefore, deciding upon a preparation method is an important first step in figuring out which LSAT materials will be of use. With that […]

LSAT Prep Online

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Fact: Using an online LSAT prep resource is one of the best ways to prepare for the digitally administered LSAT. Students that expose themselves to at least some LSAT study online might actually be giving themselves a slight upper-hand by habituating themselves to viewing LSAT materials in a digital format—some students find there are adjustments […]

Making Strategic LSAT Prep Decisions

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It’s a deal-maker and a deal-breaker, and it’s going to play the largest role in deciding where you go to law school—it’s the LSAT. Unfortunately, many students fail to achieve their goal scores on this exam, and it’s not because they’re not smart enough, or not capable enough; rather, it’s because students fail to approach […]

LSAT Reading Comprehension Practice

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Many LSAT students find the LSAT’s reading comprehension section to be the most difficult component of the exam; however, rest assured, this is an illusion. In reality, students approaching a reading comprehension section on the LSAT should be filled with excitement—there is no “guesswork” involved, and the answers can always be pulled straight from the […]

The Digital LSAT

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The digital LSAT is no longer a figment of the imagination—it’s here, and while it’s only the format that has changed (content has remained unchanged), it’s essential that you understand how to modify your LSAT study methods and testing strategies in order to achieve maximal success.  Prep Digitally The phrase “practice-how-you-play” has never been more […]

Best LSAT Prep Courses

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Considering attending law school? Yes? In that case, successfully completing the law school admissions test (a.k.a. the LSAT) is likely going to be your first course of action towards application completion—arguably your most important, too. The best way to succeed on the LSAT is to learn the underlying logic of the exam in an instructional […]

How to Prepare for the LSAT: Prep for Success

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How does a prospective law school applicant go about preparing for the LSAT? Simply put, there is no “one-fits-all” approach; however, approaching preparation strategically is a commonality among all successful methods. That’s exactly why several methods of preparation can lead to a student’s LSAT success. Self-studying, or preparation done in a solitary manner, can be […]

Setting Goals for the LSAT, Law School, and Beyond

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One of the most important things you can do to set yourself up for success – in law school admissions and beyond – is to do a good job of setting realistic goals.  A lot of times when people use that phrase, “realistic goals,” what they really mean is “goals that aren’t too high.” That’s […]

Online LSAT Tutoring vs In-Person LSAT Tutoring

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In the past, I have tutored using Skype, Google Hangouts video chat, Facebook messenger video chat, and now with my new iPad I’ll offer Facetime. A lot of students are hesitant about trying online tutoring. Many students, when presented with the online option have an initial reaction of “Um, nah, I learn much better in […]