It seems a pitiable thing to offer empty words of good luck as some sort of benediction as you enter your last 24 hours prior to the LSAT. Instead, I’ve made the unilateral and completely UCLA-biased decision to offer you some words of wisdom from the Wizard of Westwood, John Wooden, who passed away on Friday at age 99. Let these be your guide on test day. Good luck, kids. Remember that it’s just a test.
I have developed a bad habit. You see, about a year ago, I began making predictions about upcoming LSAT administrations. It turns out that LSAT students are highly interested in the topic. And it has gone rather well so far. I predicted that the curve for the September test last year was going to be rather forgiving. I also went out on a limb and predicted that the same would be true for the December LSAT.