How to Get a 180 on the LSAT
- Jul 25, 2021
- General LSAT Advice, My 99th Percentile LSAT Score Story
How to get a 180 on the LSAT
Blueprint LSAT instructor Lilly explains the top 5 tips on how to get a 180 on the LSAT:
- 1. Be honest about your time commitments.
- 2. Hold yourself accountable.
- 3. Don’t expect change overnight.
- 4. Make the most of your mistakes.
- 5. Don’t stand in your way.
Watch this video to find out how she applied these strategies to her prep to see huge score improvements!
When people take their first practice LSAT exam, the realization hits them: the LSAT is a hard test. It’s tricky. It’s weird. It’s different from any other standardized test you’ve taken thus far. It becomes apparent very quickly that to get a good score, you’re going to have to find out how to prep for the LSAT.
Like most people, Blueprint LSAT Live Course instructor Lilly ran into some issues when she first started prepping for the LSAT. Through trial and error, she encountered ways to fix some common obstacles LSAT students face:
- • The correct number of practice LSATs to take and the best way to review a practice LSAT.
- • The importance of creating an LSAT study schedule.
- • The importance of finding a support system and why you need to be your #1 hype person.
Her hard work paid off because Lilly was able to achieve a perfect LSAT score! Now, she teaches other students to do the same in our Blueprint LSAT Live classes, but she’s dishing her secrets to getting a high LSAT score in this Youtube video!
Why do LSAT scores matter?
What’s the hype around a 180 LSAT score or getting a top LSAT score? Simply put, a high LSAT score can change the trajectory of your law school prospects. It can help offset a lower GPA, increase your scholarship opportunities, and even make a difference in your starting salary after law school.
How do I increase my LSAT score?
Already watched Lilly’s “How to get a 180 on the LSAT” but want more help reaching your LSAC goal score? We can help you out with that! First, you need to decide which LSAT prep style fits your learning style.
Are you someone that needs help staying accountable and does better in a classroom environment? Then check out our Blueprint Live Class! We have classes starting soon for all upcoming LSAT dates—check out our schedule of classes.
Are you more independent or need the ultimate in flexibility to accommodate your busy schedule? Then our Self-Paced LSAT Course is perfect for you! With different packages to carry you through the next LSAT date or a month-to-month subscription, there’s an option for you!
And, of course, we offer private LSAT tutoring for students that need a little more help! Schedule a free consult with an LSAT Advisor to learn more about our tutoring and personalized tutor-matching program!
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