Blueprint LSAT Blog: Advice on Reading Comprehension

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Can You Have Scratch Paper When Taking the LSAT?

Sitting for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) can be quite daunting. With months of rigorous LSAT preparation and stress management, the LSAT testing day is typically one filled with anxiety and uncertainty.  On such a tense day you don’t want to be left panic-stricken, wondering whether you are following all the  test rules. It

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June 2022 LSAT Exam Predictions

Semi-interesting news for all of you June LSAT testers, a third main test day will NOT be added for this administration. The main testing days will be Friday, June 10th and Saturday, June 11th. Accommodated and international LSAT testing will be on Tuesday, June 14th. Great, now that we’ve got the logistical information sorted and

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April 2022 LSAT Exam Predictions

With depositing deadlines now mostly behind us, we’re into the final cycle of law school applications for the current year! If anyone is wondering what is going on with this year’s admissions cycle, it’s been historically slow this year. The waitlist has been heavily weighed on for the past few years (yep, thank you COVID).

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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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Reading Comp IRL

We often recommend that students who want to get an advance start on their LSAT classes read dense publications such as The Economist as a way of preparing for the Reading Comprehension section. Today, we’re putting our money where our proverbial mouth is, and taking it one step further: We’re guiding you through an Economist

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From the Vaults: Tackling Comparative Reading Passages on the LSAT

Reading Comprehension is probably the most ignored section of the LSAT. People tend to think something like, “I’ve been reading since I was five. If I can’t get it by now, I’m just gonna have to live with it.” But, Reading Comp isn’t reading as usual, so putting in the practice does pay off. Reading

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LSAT Reading Comprehension: It Ain’t What You Think

It’s just words, right? WRONG. If you’re planning to take the LSAT, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve taken other standardized tests before — the SAT or ACT, perhaps even the GRE or GMAT. These tests all have one thing in common: reading comprehension. On the surface, all reading comp looks pretty similar. There’s a

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How do I finish 4 @#$! RC passages and 27 questions in 35 minutes?!

I have to answer questions on this??? Interesting question, if coarsely phrased. Very few students finish any of the sections on their first practice exam, but with Logical Reasoning and Logic Games, after a few months of practice, most can get to the vast majority if not all of the questions in the time provided.

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