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What to Do the Day Before the LSAT
What to Do the Day Before the LSAT

Find out what to do the day before the LSAT and what you absolutely should not do the day before the LSAT. (Hint: Don't start that practice test.)

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Is the LSAT-Flex Easier Than the Normal LSAT?
Is the LSAT-Flex Easier Than the Normal LSAT?

Is it easier to get a high score on the LSAT-Flex than the normal LSAT? The numbers seem to say it is, but we're not convinced.

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College Classes That Can Help You on the LSAT
College Classes That Can Help You on the LSAT

Can a college class teach you everything you need to know about the LSAT? Not really, but there are classes that will help you on the LSAT and in law school. Read this article to learn what they are.

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February LSAT-Flex Recap
February LSAT-Flex Recap

Two down, two to go. Check out our recap of the February LSAT-Flex to find out just how difficult the exam really was!

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New LSAT-Flex Dates and a New LSAT Format
New LSAT-Flex Dates and a New LSAT Format

The LSAT is changing—again—and these changes are sticking around for a few years. Find out what's coming to the LSAT-Flex and how it can impact you.

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Reading Comprehension Workshop — February 2021
Reading Comprehension Workshop — February 2021

Think you're ready for the Reading Comprehension section of the LSAT just because you subscribe to the Wall Street Journal? Think again. Check out this free Reading Comprehension Workshop to discover the best strategies for this section.

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Apply to Law School After the April LSAT: Is It Too Late?
Apply to Law School After the April LSAT: Is It Too Late?

We answer a question from one of our followers about whether you should apply to law school if you waited to take the April LSAT.

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LSAT-Flex Requirements
LSAT-Flex Requirements

Are you ready to take the LSAT-Flex? Not so fast. First, you need to check to make sure your computer and testing room are in compliance.

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