The LSAC announced new, upcoming LSAT dates. In addition, the LSAC described the NEW format for the LSAT, beginning August 2021. As always, ScoreItUp courses will be fully prepared! See below for highlights: NO substantive (content) changes: The same types of LSAT questions, types of LSAT sections, and questions per section will be on the future LSAT […]
The LSAC has not yet published LSAT dates beyond the April 2021 LSAT. While we know that the upcoming February and April LSATs will be given in the “LSAT-Flex” format, LSAC has remained mum about its plans going forward. Here are some thoughts to consider regarding whether the LSAT-Flex format will continue beyond the April […]
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, […]
Exciting news! ScoreItUp is now offering its signature “live stream” courses on Sundays during the summer (first lesson on Sunday, August 23rd, optional mock exam on Saturday, August 22nd). The “Sunday Days” live stream Summer courses are in addition to my Mon/Wed evening “live stream” courses.” Please see full details on ALL of ScoreItUp’s “live […]
My Orange County live (classroom) courses remain open for enrollment. In addition, I am providing a series of accommodations for ScoreItUp’s Spring course students. For more details, please see FAQ. If you would like more details and updates on the coronavirus, please visit the CDC’s website at cdc.org. ScoreItUp students who prefer studying at home […]
Curious about 2020 law school rankings? Please see below for the 2020 law school rankings by U.S. News and World reports AND a separate, less-recognized set of law school rankings created by Pepperdine law dean Paul Caron. Take it all with a grain of salt, but it still makes for interesting reading! U.S. News and […]
Eight years ago O published a widely-read blog about the difference between college and law school. I wouldn’t change a word of it today, as the differences are as similar now as they were back then. To take a look at the “Top 10” differences between college and law school, please take a look here.
A simple reminder of a fact that can’t be repeated enough to pre-law students: thorough LSAT prep matters. The LSAC confirmed that students taking LSAT Prep courses like ScoreItUp tend to outperform those who “self-study.”
So, the sixth and final section of the LSAT is the Writing Sample. Beginning with the June LSAT, the (mandatory) Writing Sample will be administered separately from the LSAT itself. Read below for more details!