A couple of weeks ago, I saw a good actor on Stephen Colbert. The interview did not go well. It seemed apparent that Stephen Colbert was unimpressed with him. More importantly, the actor left viewers with a poor impression.
Are you curious what your LSAT score really means? After all, the 120-180 numbering system is an arbitrary one. To see the latest LSAT score distribution chart, please click onto this link:
The LSAT remains a required test for law school admission, unless the law school can show that an alternative exam (e.g., the GRE) also is valid and reliable. The ABA’s decision to keep the LSAT requirement came after a host of diverse interest groups expressed the importance of the LSAT. The full article can be […]
In The Spotlight: Tammi M.’s 169 LSAT Score (Top 4%) There are a series of challenging steps that UCLA pre-law student Tammi M. knew she had to face before achieving her dream job of being a criminal prosecutor. The first significant challenge – which Tammi M. just conquered – was the LSAT. After attending a […]
Chapman University pre-law student Alec K. was a starting NCAA football player during all four years at college, as well as team captain. That is no easy accomplishment, as any athlete knows. His next hurdle was equally challenging: raising his LSAT score to his dream score of a 160.
Are you preparing for the November 2018 or January 2019 LSAT? Or do you want to get a head start on a future LSAT? if so, you need to check out ScoreItUp’s Fall course options with Mark! Here are the details:
Some LSAT Prep students feel that they are missing certain types of questions, or have certain “weak spots,” especially in the LR or AR sections. Here are some thoughts to consider, and potential solutions to the problem:
For those of you who thought that six (6) LSAT dates per year was a big change (it used to be four (4)), wait until you see what 2020 has in store! A total of ten (10) LSAT test dates per year is being planned by the LSAC – see the details and some other […]