When LSAC announced that there was going to be a brand-new LSAT in July 2018, the greater community of LSAT-watchers lost its dang mind. Think about it: since, like, practically the middle ages (read: 1991), the LSAT had been given four times a year. Now, all of the sudden, there was going to be this fifth LSAT. That’s a (checking my math) 25% increase in LSAT. That’s sizable!
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: