Author Archives: Mark

In The Spotlight: RD’s 178 Practice LSAT Score

My ScoreItUp LSAT Prep students frequently have different goals. Some want to get into a local, ABA-accredited law school and are looking to raise their LSAT score into the 150’s. Others are looking to get into a Tier 1 law school, possibly with a significant merit-based scholarship, and seek a score in the 160’s. And […]

LSAT Test Dates 2021

2023 LSAT Test Dates – UPDATED!

The LSAC recently published some additional testing dates through June 2023. Here they are: Future LSAT Test Dates (2023): January 13/14, 2023 (4-section LSAT format) February 10/11, 2023 (4-section LSAT format) April 14/15, 2023 (4-section LSAT format) June 9/10, 2023 (4-section LSAT format) July or August 2023 (test date not yet published) September 2023 (test […]

Does Applying “Early Decision” to Law School Matter?

One of the frequent challenges that law school applicants face is whether to apply “early decision” to a law school, committing to that law school if accepted. While this article discusses the issue at the University (college) level, and expresses opinions regarding the impact of the process (spoiler alert: the process often favors the wealthy!), […]

ScoreItUp’s “In Person” (Classroom) Courses Are Returning!

I am excited to announce that after a 3-year hiatus (due to the coronavirus), ScoreItUp’s LIVE, in-person (classroom) courses are returning to Orange County in March 2023! I still remember the day I had to stop teaching ScoreItUp’s “in person” courses in the Spring of 2020. One of my students said “Mark, have you ever heard […]

Is the LSAT’s Analytical Reasoning Section Changing, Going Away Or Remaining The Same?

Within the LSAT Prep world, there has been a lot of angst about what will happen to the LSAT’s Analytical Reasoning (AR) section. This may come as good news or bad news, depending upon how much you like the current version of AR, but AR isn’t changing any time soon. Here is an excerpt from […]