Conditional statements are one of the most powerful tools in your LSAT tool belt. They allow you to properly understand the logical implications of complex statements and to determine what other conclusions can be properly drawn.
Choosing a test center is a source of much stress for those signing up for the LSAT – you want a center with big desks that’s easy to get to, in a relatively quiet location, and so on. (And hey, did you know that we have a list of test center reviews to make your decision easier?) But for some people, finding a test center is stressful for a different — and more expensive — reason: They simply don’t live within 100 miles of the nearest center.