By Dave on November 5, 2013
Studying for the LSAT helps not only with the LSAT, but in real life too. LSAT studying literally makes you smarter and more likely to succeed.
By Dave on October 3, 2013
Conventional wisdom says to keep your first answer choice, but is that the best advice? No.
By Dave on September 26, 2013
How to walk into the LSAT and destroy it
By Dave on August 30, 2013
Learn the pros and cons of LSAT tutoring. When should you use an LSAT tutor, and what can they do for you?
By Dave on August 6, 2013
Which type of LSAT tutoring is better for you: in-person or online? How are the two LSAT tutoring types similar and different?
By Dave on July 16, 2013
Using a GRE score for application to MBA programs (in place of a GMAT score) has become standard practice in recent years as ETS (the makers of the GRE) has aggressively marketed the GRE as a substitute for the GMAT. That’s great for GRE takers, but is there a way to use an LSAT score […]
By Dave on June 4, 2013
Can the LSAT be used in place of the GRE when applying to grad school? Yes, in some cases it is an acceptable substitute.
By Dave on May 21, 2013
How can you obtain older LSAT scores, and what are the LSAT score reporting policies for old LSAT scores?
By Dave on April 16, 2013
Should you avoid older LSATs? No, and here’s a detailed explanation as to why older LSATs can and will help your studies.