By Jon on November 21, 2013
A look at all three sections of the LSAT and how diagramming in each is best accomplished.
By Beverly Bauer on November 19, 2013
A consideration of how much diagramming and notation is too much on the LSAT, and how to get the best results from your annotations.
By Jon on September 5, 2013
Let’s turn our attention to another type of LSAT Logical Reasoning mistake that happens with some frequency: Time Shift Errors.
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 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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By Jon on May 7, 2013
Let’s turn our attention to another type of LSAT Logical Reasoning mistake that happens with some frequency: False Dilemma.