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When and How Can I Check My LSAT Scores?

LSAC’s Official Score Release Timeline About a month after your LSAT test date, LSAC will release your score to you. Keep in mind that while the LSAC publishes official score release dates, those dates are approximate. For some reason, LSAC has a habit of releasing scores a few days in advance of the published date. […]

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Which LSAT Test Date is Best for Me?

Figuring out when to take the LSAT is one of the most important things you can do for your study plan. Identifying your test date is key to having a defined study timeframe and getting motivated to start studying. The LSAT is offered four times a year: in February, June, September/October, and December. You can […]

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How hard is the LSAT?

There are a number of ways to answer the question “Is the LSAT hard?”, depending on how you define hard. So, let’s tackle the different ways in which the LSAT may or may not be hard one at a time. How Difficult is the LSAT Content? You might be surprised (and relieved!) to hear that […]

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What makes an LSAT question difficult?

Here’s a fun math problem! I am not a mathematician. In fact, I have only taken one math course since high school Calculus, and it was Statistics. Therefore, I consider the problem above to be a bit difficult. The thing is, I consider that math problem difficult because solving it requires a large amount of […]

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LSAT Reading Comprehension: The Basics

An LSAT Reading Comprehension section consists of 3 individual passages and one pair of passages. The paired passages are referred to as the Comparative Reading element. Each passage (or pair) will be accompanied by 6-7 questions, and there are typically 27 questions total in the section. An LSAT Reading Comprehension question has three main components: […]

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How to Read LSAT Passages Faster

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard people ask me, “How can I read LSAT passages faster?” It is, undoubtedly, the most sluggish section of the LSAT. The passages are usually pretty boring and the questions might remind you of high school English tests on A Tale of Two Cities, only harder. Fortunately, […]

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