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A student preparing to take the LSAT recently asked:
How long should I spend preparing for the LSAT?
The LSAT is designed so students can’t prepare for it. That is, it will not test your knowledge, it will test your ability to analyze and comprehend what you read in the test. As a result, people spend far less time preparing for the LSAT than other advanced degree exams (e.g. GMAT or MCAT).
To prepare for the LSAT, I suggest you practice by taking old LSAT exams (some are posted for free
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Taking the LSAT Cold Bad Idea.
My friends at Integrated Learning posted an article I wrote about why it's so important to prepare adequately for the LSAT the first time you take it, rather than winging it to see how you do knowing you can always retake it.
The Dreaded LSAT Score
Here is a news flash, if not a couple decades old -- I do not do well on standardized tests. A lot of those applying to law school do not. This presents a problem in regard to the LSAT because a number of law schools heavily weight their selection process on the LSAT score...
Are you ready for the June LSAT
We're 2 weeks away from the June LSAT and many fall 2009 law school applicants are wondering whether to go ahead and take it or to wait for the October 2009 LSAT administration. Here are some things to consider when deciding whether you are ready to take the June LSAT.
Deciding Whether to Take the October LSAT
I'm getting a lot of calls from people signed up for the October LSAT who are wondering whether they are really ready to take the test. The number one thing law school applicants in this quandry want to know is whether it's better to apply early with a lower score, or later (with a December LSAT score) that's a few points higher...
When is a Low LSAT Score Too Low
My most-read blog topics are those dealing with very low LSAT scores; there are a lot of you out there. So, what constitutes a "low" LSAT score? This is not a discussion for those of you who find yourselves disappointed with your 158s...
Do Not Take The LSAT Unprepared
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If you are thinking about applying to law schools for the Fall 2009 or Winter 2009 class (for the limited number of law schools that take students mid year), it is best not to go into the test cold...