The December LSAT is 43 days away. 43 days. What does that mean for you, December LSAT taker? Let’s say you need to get 15 points up from where you are now in your practice exam scores. That means you need to tack on another point every 2.8 days between now and then, and that’s assuming that you’re studying seven days a week between now and then. You aren’t, are you?
The door is rapidly closing on your opportunity to put up a dream law school-worthy LSAT score for admission next year. In fact, the December exam — a frighteningly close 47 days away — is your last chance at applying to most law schools.