It’s January 8th. And if you’re plugging away for the February LSAT, trying to master the ins and outs of conditional statements and the conditions that govern In & Out games, the exam is fast approaching. The deadline to sign-up has passed and the deadline to withdraw with a refund or postpone your test date is tomorrow. In other words, you’re pretty much locked in to taking the exam on February 10th, 2018.
With the release of the September and December 2017 LSATs, there are a number of trends from recent exams that can give you a better idea of how you can get the most out of your studying. While merely identifying the most common question types won’t do you much good, refining your skills on the most common question types from recent LSATs is a great use of your study time.