There are four test dates each year for the LSAT. If you’re having trouble figuring out when you should take the LSAT, read this post!
Taking the February 4, 2017 LSAT is an interesting time to take the test. Trust me, I took it in February. Keep reading for key information on this test date.
Test day has come. If you think you’re not ready, don’t worry. You’re as ready as you’ll ever be! Follow these LSAT tips for test day to have the best day.
If your LSAT score is not improving as much as you’d like, take a look at some straightforward strategies to score higher on the LSAT.
There may be no one more important to you in that testing room than your LSAT proctor. But what should you expect from them? Read more here!
Here are some last minute LSAT tips that are sure to give you that little boost you need before you actually sit for the exam.
Thinking of going to law school in 2017, 2018, or 2019? It’s time to start planning out your study schedule and finalizing your LSAT dates! Upcoming LSAT Dates The LSAT is offered four times a year, in February, June, September or October, and December. The exam is typically administered worldwide on the first Saturday of […]
Ah, standardized tests! Our school system’s best way to level the playing field for everyone. Unless, of course, you suffer from testophobia. In that case, you’re just plain out of luck. The LSAT is no different, of course. As if preparing for and taking the LSAT isn’t hard enough, registering for the LSAT can also […]
With the June LSAT deadlines now history, you only have two more options for an LSAT test date this year. The first one is Saturday, September 24, 2016 and the second one is Saturday, December 3, 2016. Here’s all the important date’s you need to know for the September 2016 LSAT, along with our top […]
Making the decision to finally take the LSAT can be quite a doozie. I remember when I made the decision to take the exam back in 2009. I didn’t know what the heck I was doing, or where I was going. I just knew I wanted to take the LSAT. The only problem was I […]