By PowerScore Test Preparation on November 27, 2014
Recently, the rollout of the Affordable Care Act (“ObamaCare”) has gotten quite a bit of attention. Much of the discussion has been about numbers, which makes for a great conversation about how we should think about numbers and percentages on the LSAT.
By PowerScore Test Preparation on October 30, 2014
What would the LSAT make of an organization’s decision prohibiting water bottles from bearing the claim that drinking water can help reduce the risk of dehydration?
By PowerScore Test Preparation on August 7, 2014
Explore the audio recordings of Supreme Court oral arguments to develop a passion for argumentation and keep your LSAT prep interesting.
By PowerScore Test Preparation on July 8, 2014
Apply your LSAT critical reading and analytical skills to see how you would rule in the real life Case of the Running Man.
By Beverly Bauer on April 15, 2014
Causal Reasoning on the LSAT – Can tequila cause a person’s clothes to fall off?