Hey there! Today we are going to take a look at a question from practice test 76, section 4, number 21. The content looks at the link between learning chess and seeing an increase in academic achievement. Got it? Ok! Before we begin: This is a tough question. I actually crossed off all the answers. […]
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Leigh has taught test prep for over 20 years in such far-flung corners as Madrid, Tokyo and San Diego. She considered going to law school but decided to get an MFA instead. Leigh has an official score of 174 and several unofficial 180—the result of years of tweaking techniques and approaches for her students’ benefit. She looks forward to passing on her wisdom to you.
Hi! I’m Leigh
By Leigh on March 15, 2016 in Career Advice for Future Lawyers
Hey there! I’m Leigh Miller, and I’m a long time LSAT instructor. I’ve taught test prep off and on for over 20 years. I’ve taught most of the major tests, including the SAT, GRE, GMAT and the LSAT, but my favorite is the LSAT by far. I like teaching the LSAT because it is a […]