Category Archives: LSAT

In the Spotlight: Michael I.’s 19-Point (64-Percentile) LSAT Score Increase

Everyone loves to aim for LSAT scores in the 170s. And why shouldn’t they? A score like that often allows students their pick of the very best law schools in the nation. However, LSAT scores in the 160s also make you an exceptionally competitive applicant at the overwhelming majority of law schools, and set you […]

Why Law Schools Love (Well, Like) “Splitters”

For you statistics junkies (and any other prospective law school students), the relative frequency of “splitters” in law school is notable.  “Splitters” is a term that describes students who either (1) have a high gpa and low LSAT score, or (2) have a high LSAT score and low gpa.   Why do we see such […]

The #1 Biggest Mistake Pre-Law Students Make (and 5 Remedies)

The most important part of a student’s law school application is the LSAT.  So it should come as no surprise that the biggest mistake many prelaw students make revolves around their preparation for this challenging exam.  After coaching thousands of LSAT Prep students, I’ve found that the biggest mistake most students make in preparing for the […]

Preparing for the LSAT-Flex: 5 Key Differences

The LSAT currently is offered in the LSAT-Flex format, and is likely to be with us for some time. There are two key differences between the LSAT-Flex and traditional LSAT format: There are only three 35-minute sections (instead of five) on the LSAT-Flex. The LSAT-Flex has one Logical Reasoning (“LR”), one Analytical Reasoning (“AR”) and […]

ScoreItUp Course Options – Summary

In order to maximize the unmatched, comprehensive nature of my LSAT Prep courses, and to provide convenience, flexibility and value to all LSAT Prep students, ScoreItUp offers a wide variety of options.  Here is a breakdown and brief summary of my course options: My ScoreItUp “Live Stream” courses are offered live and in real time, […]

August 2020 LSAT = “LSAT-Flex” Format

While it isn’t a surprise, the LSAC announced that the August 2020 LSAT also will be offered in the new “LSAT-Flex” format. In addition, they announced several important new rules and policies pertaining to the LSAT which LSAT Prep students should know. The entire content of the letter is listed below. For those who want […]

Traditional LSAT vs. “LSAT-Flex”: What’s the Difference?

The LSAC recently announced that the July LSAT will again be using the new “LSAT-Flex” format. That will mark the third consecutive LSAT (May, June and July) using the new format.  What is the difference between the traditional LSAT and the “LSAT-Flex”? TRADITIONAL LSAT: The traditional LSAT has five (5) sections, not counting the ungraded […]