Category Archive: General LSAT Advice

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Speeding Up on Reading Comp

It’s hard to finish LSAT sections in time, and for many people Reading Comp is the toughest section to get through. You have to read the passages, which can take a while, and then if you’re not sure what you’re doing on the questions you can easily end up reading whole chunks of the passage again and then the time just slips and before you know it it’s the five minute warning and how many questions are left? Oh crap, and you start to try to go faster but nothing makes sense anymore and then they call time.

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Diajammable Statements: The Playlist that Will Help You Study for the LSAT

You’ve been studying for the LSAT for some time. Plugging away, figuring out when to make scenarios on Logic Games, how to tag a Reading Comprehension passage, and memorizing those common fallacies that recur on Logical Reasoning. You’ve been diligent, methodical, indefatigable.

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Choosing the Right Path on Those Tricky Profiling Games

For most logic games on the LSAT, it’s pretty clear how you should be setting up your game. If Little Jimmy is going to eat six bowls of cereal and you’re figuring out what order he eats ’em in, you draw six spots on your paper and fill them in. If you’re figuring out who’s on the varsity volleyball team and who only made JV, your groups are the two teams, and then you figure out who was lucky and who wasn’t.

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Classes for the July LSAT Are Starting Very Soon!

Today is the last day to sign up for the June LSAT, but we’re not here to talk about the June LSAT. The June LSAT is old hat. Yesterday’s news. We’re here to talk about the brand new July LSAT. The test for those intrepid adventurers out there. The thrill seeker’s exam. That new wave to ride.

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20% Off All Tutoring Purchases, Starting Next Week

Hey! Good to see you. Figuratively, of course. You know what I meant. Anyway, how are you? How you feeling?

I mean, these blogs are so one-sided, you know? It’s always me, talking, telling you about the LSAT or law school or the legal profession. You never get a chance to unload to me. So, right now, you have the floor. Let me know how you’re feeling. I’m just here, listening.

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Last Chance to RSVP to Our Webinar on the July LSAT!

If you’re about to begin studying for the LSAT, you’re entering a new era of your life. You’re going to take a journey to the woodshed of legend, and you’re going to stay there, patiently and methodically developing the skills you need master this exam. But before doing this, you may ask yourself: where is this woodshed located, and once there, what skills should I focus on, and how do I best develop them?

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Studying for the LSAT and Your Finals … at the Same Time

The June LSAT is on its way. If you’re a student, so are finals. The best part of college. The memories you’ll revisit with your friends for years and years. If you’re on the semester system you’ll probably have finals well out of the way before the LSAT. If you’re on the quarter system, finals will likely be there to distract you in the final weeks leading up to the LSAT. Either way, you’ll have to balance studying for finals with studying for the LSAT.