Category Archives: LSAT Prep

In the Spotlight: Tammi M.’s 169 LSAT Score (Top 4%)

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 […]

In The Spotlight: Making Alec K.’s LSAT Dreams Come True!

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.

Six LSATs Per Year: Can More Choices Be Counterproductive?

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 […]

Eliminating the LSAT Prep Gimmicks!

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 […]

Who’s Teaching Ya?

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 […]