Category Archive: LSAT

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The New Limits on How Many Times You Can Take the LSAT, Explained

This morning, everyone who’s registered to take the LSAT got some news that could affect how they plan to take the LSAT and apply to law school. Those folks found in their inboxes an email from LSAC, titled “Test-Taking Limit Policy,” which announced, perhaps unsurprisingly, a new test-taking limit policy for the LSAC.

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Is There an Easier Time to Take the LSAT?

As an LSAT instructor, it is natural to receive the same questions from students over the years. It almost gets to a point where you can predict the issues that students will raise and when they will be raised. However, there is one question that reigns supreme: When is the best time to take the LSAT?

Now, before we actually attempt to answer this question (here’s another stab at the answer), it requires a bit of inquiry into what that question actually even means. The LSAT is given four times a year: February, June, September/October, and December.

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Folding Practice Exams into Your Study Plan

You have decided to run a marathon … heaven knows why. The longest distance you’ve ever run is … maybe a couple miles? It’s hard to remember … you accomplished that athletic feat at a so-called “fun run” in middle school, and that was so long ago that it’s hard to remember the exact distance.

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Our June 2019 LSAT “Curve” Prediction

It’s one of the most common questions you’ll hear following an exam … “What do you think ‘the curve’ will be?” We’re just a week past the June 2019 exam, so it’s a question on a lot of people’s lips. Some are predicting that the curve will be “-11.” Other’s say, nay, it’s a “-10.”
We don’t want to be left out, so here’s our curve prediction … it’s going to be …

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Your June 2019 LSAT Instant Reaction

You did it! You studied for months, training your brain to think about information in way you never thought you’d have to. You’ll never look at the word “unless” the same way again. You put those skills to the test by doing tons of practice exams. You made sacrifices along the way — to your friends, your better halves, your hobbies, your Saturday mornings that could have been spent doing literally anything other than a full practice exam.

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The Last Weekend Before the June LSAT Study Schedule

The fact that there’s only one weekend before the June 2019 LSAT must make you pretty nervous. Honestly, it makes me pretty nervous, and I don’t even have to take the test. Only one weekend — three-and-a-half days, if we’re being generous and including both Friday and Monday morning — separates you from this test.

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How to Do the New LSAT Writing Section

This week, we’re focusing on the June 2019 LSAT, making predictions and giving you a last week study plan to follow before test day.

But one thing that you may have — and, frankly, should have — neglected in your studies up to this point is the writing sample portion of the LSAT. But we at Most Strongly Supported wish to leave no stone left unturned and no LSAT section left unexplained. So let’s take a quick moment to discuss the writing sample.

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Tips for the Last Week Before the June Exam

Happy Memorial Day! Now, if you’re taking the June LSAT, you would be forgiven if you forgot that this is Memorial Day. Especially given that the June test is — checks calendar — yikes, one week away. Instead of remembering those who served, you’re trying to remember all the common fallacies and whether the word “always” introduces a sufficient or necessary condition. Rather than spending the day, carefree, with your less-ambitious friends are spending their Memorial Day at beaches and barbecues, you’re here, looking at a screen. Trying to make sense of how to make that last score jump before the exam.

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Two Predictions and Tips for the June 2019 LSAT

We are ten days away from the June LSAT, a distressingly low number of days, to be sure. And though the realization that there is only a week-and-change left before test day may fill you with dread of the deepest and most existential kind, you shouldn’t despair. In fact, there’s a lot to celebrate.