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The LSAT is not designed to measure academic knowledge, but a college background remains useful because certain skills and academic majors hone reading and reasoning skills, both of which are absolutely crucial for success on the LSAT. Students taking the LSAT should take their time preparing for the test. Law schools weight the LSAT very […]

Top Law Schools in the US

Choosing a law school is one of the most important decisions of your legal career. The school you attend will determine the kind of education you get, but more importantly, it will affect your job opportunities and career options after you pass the Bar exam. Although there are many excellent law schools in the United […]

LSAT Study Planner & Schedule (1, 3, 6, & 12 Month Study Plans)

If your GPA wasn’t quite as high as you would have liked or you are trying to stand out against thousands of other law school applicants, the LSAT can be a key differentiator. While plenty of people who don’t perform well on the LSAT go on to master law school and some who have great […]

Guide to Logical Reasoning on the LSAT

The logical reasoning section of the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is one of the most important on the entire exam. This is because the exam’s structure features sections that are weighted, with logical reasoning taking the lion’s share of weight when determining your final score on the LSAT. The logic games section and the […]

Guide to Reading Comprehension on the LSAT

The LSAT is difficult – there’s no way around it. Your score on this admissions test is viewed by law schools across the nation and plays a significant part in subsequent offers and scholarships from schools – including prestigious universities like Harvard and Yale. Making a study plan for each of the four LSAT sections […]

The 28 Most Frequently Asked Questions About the LSAT

If you’ve just stumbled across this page, you’re likely interested in pursuing a future in law school. If so, keep reading to see a list of the 28 most frequently asked questions about the Law School Acceptance Test. Take a look below to learn the ins and outs of the LSAT! What is the LSAT? […]

Best LSAT Tutors

Passing the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is a tough endeavor. It’s a standardized test takes a lot of work! Unfortunately, it can take a lot of money as well. But what if you can’t afford a fancy prep course when preparing? Well, you’ll be pleased to know you still have options. Tutoring can be […]

Best Vanity Plates For Lawyers

If you’ve just finished your law degree and found yourself locking down your first job at a great firm, you should be very happy with yourself (hopefully you’re being showered with gifts too!). Law isn’t one of the most glamorous careers you could have chosen, but succeeding as a famous movie star takes a lot […]

Donald Trump Settlement & Lawsuits – History of Legal Affairs

The Greatest Hits | Real Estate | Business | Entertainment | Politics | Key Takeaways There’s a common saying about lawsuits: the only real winners are the lawyers. That’s because almost all legal battles are lengthy and painful for the wallets, reputations, and mental well-beings of everyone involved. In this context, lawsuits are considered by […]

Best Online LSAT Prep Courses 2023

Are you trying to get into a great law school? There’s something you have to know: Getting into one of the 10 best law schools in the country requires an LSAT score of at least 170; the bare minimum for acceptance into a decent law school is 150.1 You probably already know that this is […]

The Princeton Review vs. Kaplan: LSAT Course Comparison

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) results for a student looking to enroll in the institution of their dreams are an important distinction that admissions offices take seriously. Especially for the foreseeable future — where most application processes will probably have to take place remotely — LSAT scores may have a greater weight in the […]

LSAT Course Comparison: Powerscore vs. The Princeton Review

There are many different test prep courses offering educational support for the LSAT exam. Each of them has their own advantages and strong points, but it can be hard to pick one out of all that’s being offered. That’s because many of them use similar methods and materials but in subtly different ways. Because of […]