At this point, you’re hopefully well on your way to crushing the October LSAT. If you’re like most people, the 6000 or so questions released by LSAC will be more than enough to get you to an awesome LSAT score. But sometimes people end up doing all 6000 LSAT questions and still need more. If this has happened to you, maybe you just studied a lot harder and faster than you thought, and ran out prematurely. Or maybe you took the LSAT, bombed it, and are now retaking it, but are quickly running out of unseen questions. For whatever reason, this is a pretty common thing that happens to people, but isn’t as much of an actual problem as you might think.
First of all, think about that number – 6000.