While the situation isn’t entirely rosy, the hiring of law students has improved to a point where we are seeing the best results in the past 10 years. Take a look here for more details!
In a perfect world, LSAT Prep students should be familiar with every single game ever issued on the LSAT, but that’s not realistic for many test-takers. So, one needs to focus one’s attention on the games most likely to matter, and develop the skill set to handle any type of game.
As many students know, beginning this year, the LSAC added more options for taking the LSAT. Instead of four (4) options per year, you now have six (6) test dates. At first glance, that is a good thing. But it can be an illusory benefit, and may even be counterproductive, for students who don’t fully […]
Taking a good classroom LSAT Prep course is likely to be much better than relying upon “self-study,” as an extensive study by the LSAC indicated (if it’s a bad course you might as well study on your own!). However, there are some things that don’t enhance one’s LSAT Prep experience. See below for a list of […]
Imagine reading a “review” that evaluated who the most handsome man (or beautiful woman – let’s not be sexist here!) on the planet was. And then imagine that you knew the guy who was selected. And then you scratched your head and said to yourself, “Wait a second, I know that guy, he is average […]
Things have been getting tougher for 30-year-olds for decades. Here is an article discussing the phenomenon, and the author’s general suggestions for younger people looking to get ahead:
The 2018 law school rankings can be seen here: https://www.usnews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/law-rankings. As always, these rankings should be taken with a grain of salt. But they are interesting reading nonetheless. Two of the more notable changes involved California schools, including (1) UCI Law School continuing its meteoric rise in the rankings to #21, up seven places from […]
In previous posts, I’ve mentioned the study by the LSAC – unaffiliated with any LSAT Prep company – that found students taking independent LSAT Prep courses like ScoreItUp do significantly better on the LSAT on average than do students using any other form of LSAT Prep, including (1) students relying upon “self study,” (2) students relying […]
A different set of law of law school rankings, with a different focus and different results, is published by Above the Law (ATL). Focusing entirely on the outcomes of students enrolled in the various law schools, ATL’s rankings (and the basis for them) are worth reviewing as well. As indicated in my post about the […]
A warm thank-you to Cris H. for his 5-star Yelp review of ScoreItUp LSAT Prep! (You can see Yelp reviews about ScoreItUp here.) In some ways, Cris’s review is especially meaningful since he took ScoreItUp after having taken two national test prep courses. Here is Cris’s review of ScoreItUp LSAT Prep in its entirety: