Category Archives: LSAT

Vacations and Value

I recently got back from a terrific vacation.  It was the first multi-week vacation I’ve had in years.  Between my law practice, UCI teaching, and running ScoreItUp LSAT Prep, vacation time tends to come in smaller chunks.  It also was a reminder that paying a little extra money can sometimes be an excellent investment.  For this particular […]

Good luck tomorrow!

For all of you who are taking the June LSAT tomorrow, good luck! If you are preparing to take the October (or December) LSAT, you can review all of ScoreItUp’s Summer and Fall courses at “Course Schedules.”  There is still time to take advantage of ScoreItUp’s early-enrollment discounts, but you should enroll soon if […]

Why is the LSAT so important to law schools?

The LSAT.  A half-day standardized, multiple-choice exam that has more impact on one’s law school application than any other factor.  Law schools will routinely tell you that a student’s cumulative GPA and LSAT score are the top two factors they consider, and the half-day LSAT is typically even more important than one’s overall GPA that […]

Mark your calendars: ScoreItUp at Cal State Fullerton on 4/28 and 5/3!

For those of you who may be considering a career as a lawyer, or contemplating going to law school, ScoreItUp LSAT Prep will be hosting two events on Cal State Fullerton’s campus over the next couple of weeks: On Thursday, April 28th from 3-5 p.m., ScoreItUp will be conducting an open discussion and q&a session on […]

ScoreItUp LSAT Prep at Cal State Fullerton Today

Hello everyone!  For those of you who may be on or near Cal State Fullerton’s campus today, please feel free to stop by ScoreItUp LSAT Prep’s booth and say hello!  I will be there from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., and happy to answer any questions you may have about law school, life as a […]

The LSAT’s Writing Sample

Many pre-law students do themselves a disservice by ignoring the significance of the mandatory Writing Sample that is included in every LSAT exam.  Students’ written responses on this 35-minute section of the test are copied and provided to every single law school to which a student applies. Some test prep companies, typically founded by non-lawyers […]