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 […]
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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 […]
While it wasn’t a big surprise, the LSAC just announced that the July 2020 LSAT will be administered in the new LSAT-Flex format. The July LSAT will be the third LSAT that LSAC will have given in this format (the ones in May and June being the first two). The substance and content of the […]
Many of you registered for the upcoming April 2020 LSAT received a letter from LSAC (copy printed below) stating that (1) the April 2020 LSAT is being cancelled, and (2) in its place, LSAC will be offering a new “LSAT-Flex” exam date “in the second half of May” (presumably only an option for those who […]
At long last, the LSAC has finally published additional LSAT dates extending into 2021. Here are all of the 2020 LSAT dates, and the initial 2021 LSAT dates:
The LSAC has published a summary of their goals regarding possible future modifications of the LSAT. It is clear that the basic skills that the LSAT has tested for decades will remain highly relevant, and it appears unlikely that any dramatic changes in the skill sets being tested will occur. The purpose of any possible […]
Although controversial, the Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games) section has been a staple of the LSAT for decades. Now, thanks to a lawsuit brought by two blind LSAT-takers, the LSAC will be finding a substitute in the future that tests Analytical Reasoning skills, but does not do so in a way that creates a disadvantage for […]
The general consensus on the September 2019 LSAT included two primary themes: The Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games) section was brutal. Aside from an occasional hiccup with some proctors, the Digital LSAT format wasn’t bad, had several aspects that made it better than the paper version, and isn’t something to be afraid of. As to the […]
One of the most interesting trends to follow in the law school world is the number of people taking the LSAT each year.
A lot of unnecessary hype has been created over the LSAT’s new digital format (which did not change the substance or content of the LSAT at all).