In 2005 Steve Schwartz started a blog to share everything he knew about unlocking the LSAT code. Since then, it has evolved into a valuable resource center and supportive community for students who want to reach their LSAT and law school dreams.
LSAT Unplugged hopes to inspire and encourage students to collaborate with one another, to cultivate the mindset of sharing, and to create fresh yet helpful content that serves others.
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I've got great news! I've been accepted to Harvard Law, and also to Columbia Law with a full scholarship! I also got accepted to NYU in December... I guess I'm in for a tough decision in a good way! Thank you so much for helping me prep for the LSAT!
I've made breakthrough after breakthrough thanks to your Logic Games course, and all the material you have available. It was all worth its weight in gold, and I truly admire you and appreciate what you are doing! I could not afford a Kaplan course, but even if I could have, I would have been crazy to choose it over your material.
I started Steve’s study schedule and within a matter of weeks I was feeling comfortable with linear games...I scored a 158 on my first timed practice test and scored a 172 (99th percentile)...I was just accepted to my dream school, University of Virginia School of Law.
I got a 170! I'm very happy and relieved, and now I'm just finishing up my applications for this season. Working with Steve and using his materials was the step I needed to take to reach a new level of studying and efficiency on the LSAT, but there is no substitute for studying hard and putting in the time.
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