If you don’t review your practice LSAT tests, you’ll truly miss out. Take a look at these top tips for reviewing an LSAT practice test!
Knowing how to predict your LSAT score is much easier than for other standardized tests. In fact, you’ll probably roll your eyes when I tell you.
If you’re looking for the secret method on how to score a 160 on the LSAT, you’ve at the right place. All it takes is … you have to read on to find out!
So you want to earn admission into an excellent law school. You have a good undergraduate GPA, strong recommendation letters, and internship experience galore. You know that LSAT scores are an integral part of the law school application. But do you understand exactly how your LSAT score fits into the admissions equation?
If you’re thinking of taking the LSAT, find out the differences between the LSAT and SAT in terms of both content and scoring.
How many questions can you miss on the LSAT and still get a perfect score? Anywhere between 1 to 3 questions depending on the test.
Law school is a big choice. If you think you’ve got what it takes to get into one of the top law schools, you’ll need to make sure your LSAT score is really good. While a high GPA is really important, the LSAT is the best method law school have to determine who is a […]
If you thought you only had to worry about your scaled LSAT score, think again. LSAT score percentiles help you (and law school admissions committees) compare your score with everyone else who has taken the LSAT in recent years. Each possible LSAT score falls into a percentile rank, which shows the percentage of LSAT takers […]
So you just found out your LSAT score, and now you’re hoping that it’s high enough to get into your “dream school.” Well, I suppose the first thing you need to do is figure out what your LSAT percentile is at the school(s) of your dreams. Personally, I don’t really know what people mean when […]
There are a lot of factors that go into the law school application progress, and it can be confusing keeping track of all the requirements for law school admissions. But hands down, the two most important factors for potential law students are strong GPAs and good LSAT scores. I guess you can say there is […]