If you took the February 2024 LSAT, you should have just received your LSAT score. At this point, you may be contemplating your next step. Here are my suggestions, depending upon your situation:
Breaking news: the LSAC announced today that the Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games) section will be dropped from the LSAT beginning in August 2024. Instead, there will be a second Logical Reasoning section added. For more details, please read the LSAC’s announcement here.
I recently asked my ScoreItUp students what would be their #1 tip to new or future LSAT Prep students. I was surprised by the tremendous uniformity of their answers. While I agree completely with their suggestion, I was taken aback by how universal the recommendation was. #1 LSAT Prep Tip From Current LSAT Prep Students […]
Let’s face it, the LSAT can be stressful. But the truth is that it doesn’t need to be. Here are my Top 10 suggestions on how to take the stress out of LSAT Prep (or at least drastically reduce it!): Stop Focusing On Getting A Particular LSAT Score. Students often have a particular LSAT score […]
Introduction and Summary: Stimulants Caused A 9% Decrease In Cognitive Performance Students sometimes believe that taking stimulants such as Adderall or Ritalin (commonly prescribed for ADHD) improve cognitive performance on tasks such as the LSAT. A recent study corroborates other studies suggesting that the opposite is true for people who do not need the drug. […]
Good news! Beginning in August 2023, an important format change will occur with the LSAT. Students taking the LSAT will now have the option of taking the exam (1) at home, or (2) in professional testing centers, with the testing equipment provided. In both cases, the exam will be taken electronically. Students seeking to take […]
People are often curious what happens to pre-law students who do well on the LSAT. While this list could use some updating to reflect many of the more recent ScoreItUp superstars, here is a tiny sample of what some former ScoreItUp students are doing now:
The LSAT Writing Section The LSAT Writing section* is the only ungraded part of the LSAT (other than the experimental section). However, it is a required part of the LSAT, currently administered separately from the rest of the exam. Your written response is distributed to all law schools to which you apply. The basic idea […]