offers hundreds of practice questions and video explanations. .

or to Clemmonsdogpark LSAT Prep.

## The Difference Between Practice LSATs and Actual Test Day

LSAT practice tests are a great idea. They help you build stamina, hone your pacing, and pinpoint exactly where you need to continue practicing. In the right circumstances, they can also be valuable tools to prepare for some of the less obvious challenges you’ll face on test day. So, here are the top 5 differences […]

## LSAT Logic Games: The Basics

This post provides an overview of the Logic Games section along with a general strategy on how to approach the section. For more information on common logic game types, tips and tricks, or where to find specific game types for practice, check out Clemmonsdogpark’s Analytical Reasoning Library. What is the LSAT Logic Games section? The […]

## “Unless” Statements on the LSAT: Part 2

A couple weeks ago, we briefly explored “unless” statements when I provided the following example and asked you to translate it into a standard if/then statement. I refuse to keep writing formal logic blog posts unless some of you post comments telling me you’re finding these helpful. 🙂 Well, it’s time to check back in […]

## LSAT Logical Reasoning: The Basics

What is an LSAT Logical Reasoning question? An LSAT Logical Reasoning question consists of three components: a stimulus, a prompt, and five answer choices. The stimulus is a short paragraph (typically 50-60 words) that presents an argument, dialogue, set of facts, or scenario. It is followed by a prompt, or question, requiring you to analyze […]

## Setting LSAT Prep Goals

“How do I set reasonable goals for my LSAT prep?” This is a question I’ve heard over and over again from students trying to set LSAT prep goals. If you’re even asking yourself this question, you’re approaching your LSAT prep from the right perspective. Effective LSAT prep isn’t about aimless improvement. Instead, it should be […]

## What are the Best LSAT Practice Tests?

This is an easy one: the best LSAT practice tests available are the official PrepTests released by LSAC. All of the official LSAT PrepTests are real LSATs that have actually been administered in the past. That means that the questions you see and the score conversion table you use will be identical to those of […]

## Is Law School Required for the Bar Exam?

If you’re planning on practicing law in the United States, then the answer is most likely yes. But is law school required for the bar exam in every state? Not quite. There are 4 states in the US that allow you to take the bar exam without attending at least some law school. Those states […]

## How to Take a Practice LSAT

Full length practice tests are valuable prep tools for two reasons: they allow you to practice your test management skills and they track your readiness. However, it’s easy to dampen the impact of a practice test by approaching it in the wrong way. Here are some ways to maximize the effectiveness of your practice LSAT: […]

## Where Can I Take a Free LSAT Practice Test?

If you’re looking for a high quality, full length, free LSAT practice test, there is no better place to start than the LSAC website. LSAC offers a free sample test online that is an authentic LSAT administered in June 2007. The online version includes:   an introduction to LSAT practice tests, general directions for the […]

## How Much Can I Improve my LSAT Score?

The answer to this question depends largely on where you’re starting out. As a general rule, the higher your starting score, the smaller the point gains you’re likely to see. In other words, someone starting with a practice test score of 168 may not be able to raise his or her score by as much […]