The average time that applicants take to study for the LSAT is three to six months, which includes approximately 150 to 300 hours of study. However, the more time you have to devote to studying for the LSAT, the better!
Choosing the best LSAT prep course that will prepare you to pass the Law School Admission Test and get into the top law school of your dreams is tough. There are tons of different companies that offer LSAT study guides, so how can you be sure that you picked the best one? Well, here’s a
With the high cost of law school looming in the near future, the last thing you want to do is waste a lot of money on a test that you are (hopefully) only going to take one time.
In 2016, the Arizona School of Law made history when they began to allow prospective students to apply using GRE scores in place of the LSAT. After conducting a study into the reliability of GRE scores for predicting law school performance, Arizona found that the GRE was a “valid and reliable” predictor of first-term law
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Find out the TRUTH about Kaplan LSAT Review with my in-depth review. I cover the pros and cons as well as answer common questions asked by LSAT students!
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In this guest post from Kyle Ryman, learn about the changes coming to the LSAT exam in 2019 and how you can prepare for them!
In this guest post from Texas law student Kyle Ryman, learn his tried and true five-step process that will help anyone CRUSH the LSAT exam!