Tag: lsat

  • Magoosh LSAT Online Course Review

    I recently had the opportunity to try out the Magoosh online LSAT preparation course. With so many options for online LSAT prep, it’s often difficult to figure out which is best for you. As a professional LSAT tutor, I hope to shed some light on how the Magoosh course is set up, the resources it […]

  • Kaplan Online LSAT Course Review

    I recently had the opportunity to explore Kaplan’s LSAT Self-Paced Online Course. I’ve been teaching, tutoring, and preparing students for the LSAT for over ten years, and I know that there are many options for online test prep. As such, I hope to shed a little light on what you can expect from Kaplan’s Self-Paced […]

  • How to Study for the LSAT

    So you want to go to law school? Excellent choice. You will be challenged, vexed, and overwhelmed, but you’ll come out of the experience with a better understanding of the world and the way it works. Of course, there’s a huge hurdle between you and your law school dreams: the LSAT.  

  • How to Improve Reading Comprehension on the LSAT

    If you’re like most of the students who come to me for LSAT tutoring, you don’t enjoy the Reading Comprehension section of the test. In fact, you might dread it. As a result, you avoid it as much as possible during your prep. Or maybe you think, “I’ve always been pretty good at reading comprehension,” […]

  • How to Get a 180 on the LSAT: 8 Essential Tips

    So you want to get a perfect score on the LSAT. Who doesn’t? As you might imagine, however, it is incredibly difficult. The exact number of people who accomplish this feat is difficult to determine from available data. Roughly 150,000 LSATs are taken each year, though that number changes every year and many of those […]

  • How Much Does the LSAT Cost?

    This article answers the question “How much does the LSAT cost?” and reveals the various other fees associated with the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). All fees are paid in U.S. dollars to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). These calculations (referenced below) are separate from any LSAT prep course expenses.

  • How Many Times Can You Take the LSAT?

    The number of times a student can sit for the Law School Admission Test has been in flux over the past few years. Before September of 2017, a student could take the test three times in any two-year period. In September 2017, however, rules changed to allow unlimited retakes for all students. But most recently, […]

  • How Long to Study for the LSAT?

    There are tons of considerations that go into determining how long to study for the LSAT (Law School Admission Test), but as a professional LSAT tutor who has worked with thousands of students, I feel the best way to determine how long to study is to figure out your current score and compare it to […]

  • How Long Is the LSAT?

    As of June 2019, the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) consists of exactly 2 hours and 55 minutes of actual testing time. However, when calculating how long the LSAT takes, don’t forget to include the breaks and administrative tasks. For example, the check-in process and the proctor’s instructions often take well over an hour. All […]

  • How Long Does It Take to Get LSAT Scores?

    The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) releases Law School Admission Test (LSAT) scores approximately three weeks after the administration of the LSAT. The wait can be hard, but patients is a virtue. There are also a few things you can do to speed up the process and make sure you receive your hard-earned scores on […]

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