The Law School Admissions Test would, of course, be substantially easier if it didn’t impose time limits. Without them, test-takers could mull over RC passages, LR stimuli, and LG intros to their hearts’ content, and debate every answer choice at length. The perceived pressure of the whole testing ordeal would abate considerably, and virtually everyone would be likely to score markedly higher in the end.
Last week, we talked about the importance of keeping up your confidence on the LSAT. Sometimes, that’s easier said than done. So, here’s some concrete advice for staying confident when the clock is running: