By Nikki on December 9, 2014
Should you work backwards on the Logical Reasoning section of the LSAT?
By Jon on June 12, 2014
A brief discussion of the Socratic Method, examining its history and present-day usage in law school.
By PowerScore Test Preparation on October 8, 2013
Which should you do first: Take the LSAT, or decide where to apply?
By Anne on July 23, 2013
Applying to law school this fall? Check out these helpful resources to help get you ready.
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 PowerScore Test Preparation on July 11, 2013
With the June 2013 LSAT just around the corner, it’s time we analyze this question. It is something I find very few applicants know the actual answer to. It’s surprising to me that, with all the hoopla surrounding LSAT preparation and taking the LSAT, most students never actually stop to wonder: Why exactly is this test […]
By Nikki on May 23, 2013
It’s almost May. By now, you’ve probably started a test prep course, bought the BibleTrilogy, and/or invested a considerable amount of money purchasing PrepTests. You may have even started working with a tutor. If you are seeing an uptick in your practice test scores, that’s awesome. Chances are, however, that you aren’t anywhere near where you hope to be in June. Not […]
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