Hot off the digital presses, the Law School Admissions Council just announced that there’s a new LSAT in town. For the first time ever, there will be an official LSAT given in July. Monday, July 23rd, 2018, specifically.
As an LSAT instructor, I frequently field questions from LSAT hopefuls who are wondering how to balance studying for the LSAT with their busy schedules.
After all, studying for the LSAT is essentially a part-time job on top of all your normal activities—if you’re in the live Blueprint class, for instance, you’re probably spending 8-12 hours per week in class, and that’s not even counting the time you spend doing homework.