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Where to Find Logic Games Matching Practice

Looking for some extra Matching practice in the Logic Games section? Below is a table that lists where you can find standard Matching practice games in recently released LSATs. Pure Matching games are relatively uncommon in the Logic Games section, so it’s difficult to find an abundance of them for practice. Currently, Clemmonsdogpark’s online Logic […]

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Where to Find Logic Games Hybrid Practice

If you’re looking for more Logic Games Hybrid practice, here’s a series of tables that list where to find the various types of Hybrid games that appear in recently released LSAT PrepTests. Note: For Clemmonsdogparkers, you’ve got access to actual LSAC Logic Game questions—115 to be exact—through your online account. You can even sort by […]

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Where to Find Logic Games Sequencing Practice

Looking for more Logic Games Sequencing practice? You have two main options when it comes to finding high quality Logic Games practice that also targets specific game types.   Third Party Prep Materials You could go out and buy any number of different LSAT prep books. These may contain anywhere from a few to dozens […]

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Upcoming LSAT Test Dates – 2016 and beyond

The LSAT is offered four times a year, in February, June, September or October, and December. The exam is typically administered worldwide on the first Saturday of the month (or the last Saturday in September), but there are a few exceptions: The June administration is usually on the first Monday of the month. A weekday […]

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How Long is the LSAT?

The short answer is 3 hours and 45 minutes from start to finish.   Many responses to the question “How long is the LSAT?” will say that it consists of five 35-minute sections, but that’s slightly misleading. When you take the real exam, you will complete six 35-minute sections, with a 15-minute break between the […]

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What is LSAC?

“The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) is a nonprofit corporation that provides unique, state-of-the-art products and services to ease the admission process for law schools and their applicants worldwide.” Okay…so what does it actually do?   The LSAT First and foremost, LSAC administers the LSAT. In order to register for the exam, you’ll have to […]

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What are the Different LSAT Sections?

There are three types of scored, multiple choice LSAT sections, along with an unscored writing sample. The multiple choice sections are Reading Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, and Analytical Reasoning. I’ll give you a brief description of each section below, but if you want a more in-depth look at any of them, check back soon for individual […]

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What is the Average LSAT Score?

The average LSAT score is a 150, but since you’re asking…   Let’s explore LSAT scoring! The LSAT–like all other standardized tests–is scaled. That means when you take the LSAT, the number of questions you answer correctly will be compared to that of every other person who took the test at the same time as […]

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How does LSAT Scoring Work?

LSAT scoring is based on your performance on four multiple choice sections of the exam: (1) Reading Comprehension section (1) Analytical Reasoning section (Logic Games) (2) Logical Reasoning sections There is also one unscored, experimental section that is used only for research purposes (to test new questions and to provide psychometric data on the test’s […]

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