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You Didn’t Get The Score You Wanted. Now What?

January LSAT scores were released today, which means that after weeks of impatient waiting and hours of frantic email-refreshing, January test-takers have finally met their fates. Every time LSAC releases LSAT scores, recipients fall roughly into one of three camps:

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Valentine’s Day Logic Games!

With February 14th just around the corner, love is in the air. But if you’re studying for an upcoming LSAT, the love you bare is surprising, unexpected. You don’t want to admit it to yourself, but the feeling is undeniable — you’re falling in love with logic games.

Admit it: You totally are, you amorous, analytical, thing, you.

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Time to Start Prepping for the June LSAT

It’s heating up out there—I mean, I guess not if you live anywhere on the East Coast. The end of the Spring Semester will be here before you know it and that means the June LSAT is looming over the horizon. This year, the June LSAT will be extra special because it’s the last time everyone will take a paper LSAT (you know, because the LSAT is going digital in July and whatnot). According to an official-nonofficial Blueprint poll across social media, 30% of students plan to take the June 2019 LSAT. Many just don’t want to go through the uncertainty that a new digital LSAT brings. If this is you, it’s time to starting thinking about June test prep.

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Finding the Tools to Succeed When Studying with ADHD

Half the battle of studying for the LSAT can be about finding a study strategy that works for you. I have the “inattentive” subtype of ADHD, which generally manifests as limited attention, distractibility, forgetfulness, and procrastination. If these sound like obstacles to success on the LSAT, you’d be right. But the LSAT holds significance in my life for a different reason. I believe the LSAT was the first time that I found study and test performance strategies that truly allowed me to achieve my full academic potential.

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A Guide to Studying for the LSAT Without a Class

They say that one of the keys to success in this world is knowing yourself, and if there’s anything I know for sure about myself, it’s that I am the literal worst at managing big, unstructured projects. In my senior year, I had to write a thesis, for which I had to read an entire novel written in Spanish, plus supplementary materials, and write a paper that was about 40 pages long (luckily, in English). I had the entire year to complete these tasks, but instead of managing my time appropriately and working on it steadily throughout the year, I waited ’til about a month before it was due, panicked, and then had to frantically finish the book and write the last 30-odd pages in a stress-induced blackout.

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Should You Take the LSAT Before July 2019? 3 Questions to Consider.

Summer LSAT season is funny. On the one hand, you spend nine months or so out the year waiting for the sweet release of summer, only to be reminded that as the weather heats up, so must your LSAT prep. Then there’s the agony of waiting for your score which will determine if you spend the rest of your summer studying for a Fall LSAT. On the other hand, if you do well, you can celebrate your victory over several weeks before school starts again.

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January 2019 Post-LSAT Carnival

With the January LSAT behind us, it’s time for another LSAT Carnival to round up the online forum discussions about the exam. As with every LSAT in the history of Reddit, students with nothing to do but wait for their scores took to their laptops to analyze or simply vent about their experience.

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The Morning Cometh: The January 2019 LSAT Recap

For most of you reading this post, you probably didn’t spend this weekend watching a meaningless football exhibition, or being hoodwinked by a network into thinking a highly publicized televised production of a popular musical was actually live, or being reversed psychologied into running for president. Most of you — being a smart and motivated type — probably elected to spend four or so hours of your weekend holed up in a test center, taking the the first LSAT of the calendar year 2019.

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Your January 2019 LSAT Instant Reaction

Congratulations to all January LSAT takers! You’ve endured four hours of intense testing and now you’ve emerged — hopefully — triumphant. You’ve been through the proverbial ringer, all the logic you had stored in your brain rung out by each of the six sections on the exam. Whether you felt those sections went great or just OK or maybe even not great, one thing is certain: the test is over. And that is worth celebrating.