In July 2019, the LSAT went digital, and in March 2020, LSAC® launched their Official LSAT Prep platform to help future law students prepare for this high-stakes exam in the same format that they will see on test day. Official LSAT Prep offers two subscription levels: LSAT Prep (free) and LSAT Prep Plus ($99 for […]
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Dr. Kristin Fracchia has over fifteen years of expertise in college and graduate school admissions and with a variety of standardized tests, including the ACT, SAT, GRE, GMAT, and LSAT, with several 99% scores. She had a PhD from the University of California, Irvine, an MA degree from The Catholic University, and BA degrees in Secondary Education and English Literature from the University of Maryland, College Park. She was the recipient of the 2013 Excellence in Teaching Award and the Chancellor’s Club Fellowship from the University of California, Irvine. She’s worked as a high school teacher and university professor, as an independent college and graduate school admissions counselor, and as an expert tutor for standardized tests, helping hundreds of students gain acceptance into premier national and international institutions. She now develops accessible and effective edtech products for Magoosh. Her free online content and YouTube videos providing test prep and college admissions advice have received over 6 million views in over 125 countries. Kristin is an advocate for improving access to education: you can check out her TEDx talk on the topic. Follow Kristin on LinkedIn!
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So, you’ve decided that you want to go to law school. That’s great! But now what? One of the first steps in your journey is taking the LSAT. The LSAT is the Law School Admission Test, and it’s required for admission to almost every accredited law school in the United States. A few law schools […]
Learn all about LSAT scores, including the average LSAT scores for the top 100 law schools and why your score matters, in this post.
Harvard, as one of the top 14 law schools in the country, has one of the best LSAT medians to match: 173. The 75th percentile for Harvard LSAT scores is 175, and the 25th percentile is 170. What do these numbers tell you? They tell you that focusing on the LSAT is absolutely crucial for […]