2014 February LSAT Instant Recap
- Feb 08, 2014
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We may not know much about the February LSAT, but we do know that it is over.
Today thousands of law school hopefuls filled LSAT testing centers across the country in hopes of earning an LSAT score that will catapult them into law school admission paradise. Were you one of them? What did you think of the February LSAT?
Some early reports have indicated that it was a beast of an LSAT (one Logic Game in particular), but that’s typical of the first batch out of the test centers. As more info about the 2014 February LSAT comes in, this post will be updated.
Remember: LSAC prohibits us from publishing any big specifics from any LSAT, even the undisclosed February LSAT (this includes question content, experimental section identification, etc.). So if your comment is not approved, it most likely violated some kind of rule or was close enough that we didn’t want to risk it.
In general, this is a great place to talk about your LSAT test day experience. How do you think you did? Which sections tripped you up, if any? Did anything crazy happen at your LSAT testing center?
If you’re unsure of your performance and are already thinking of retaking the exam, it’s a good a time as any to start deciding how you’re going to prep for the LSAT. Be it a classroom course, Live Online, on demand, or personal tutoring, how you prep can have a significant impact on your next score.
**UPDATE: The words “tiered circular ordering” have been floating around in some reports. Oof.
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