LSAT Test Day: Breakfast and Snack Recommendations

An LSAT coaching student of mine emailed me: “Any tips on what to eat for breakfast the morning of the LSAT? I know you say to have a big breakfast, but what? And what do you suggest for the break and to drink?” At least one of the items pictured above is not part of […]

How to Speed Up on Timed Practice LSAT Exams

In the final month of your LSAT preparation, you should take full, timed, practice exams. Some of you have difficulty transitioning from untimed sections to timed ones. With the added pressure of timed 35-minute sections, sometimes you lose track of the fundamentals. This post will help you stick to them. Once you already have a […]

Preparing for the LSAT Experimental Section

In my LSAT study schedules, I recommend that you include extra sections in your practice exams. Why would I recommend such a cruel and difficult task? Because LSAC uses test-takers as lab rats (like many organizations that administer standardized exams – think back to the SAT). LSAC includes an unscored experimental section on the LSAT and […]

LSAT Test-Taker Survey

I asked the following questions to some subscribers and website visitors who recently took the LSAT: What do you know now that you wish you’d known before starting your LSAT prep? What would you have done differently? Here are their responses: – I wish I hadn’t focused exclusively on the LSAT. My one track mind […]

7 Games To Practice Before Test Day

Pretend you were taken hostage while studying in the library and could only do 7 Logic Games before Test Day. You can squeeze in one each day while your captors watch their daytime soap operas. Which 7 Logic Games would you pick? Which are the most important? This list includes what I consider to be […]

The Experimental Section and Difficulty of LSAT Questions

“The LSAT is equated so that a test score obtained in the current year is comparable to scores obtained in previous years.” – LSAC (Executive Summary) Test-equating requires pre-testing. After LSAC’s elves write individual LSAT questions, they compile these questions into various 35-minute sections. If you’ve taken the LSAT before, you’ve already completed one of these sections as […]

10 Tips to Prepare for the Day of the LSAT

Make sure to save this and re-read it the week before your exam so you’ll know what to do. The week before: 1. Take a Practice Test in the room you’ll be using for the actual Test Day. The best way to get rid of pre-test jitters is to simulate taking the exam in the exact […]

The LSAT, Meditation, Concentration, and Focus

Did you know meditation may increase your LSAT score? I was as surprised as you might be, but I came across a study reporting that students who received meditation training improved their GRE scores significantly. Why might this have occurred? Well, meditation typically requires training the mind to focus on something specific. Of course, developing […]

Free LSAT Diagnostic Tests | The Shocking Truth

Many prep companies offer free proctored LSAT diagnostic tests. At first, this seems like a good idea. You take a free LSAT PrepTest under test-like conditions, and your test score lets you know where you stand before doing any prep. In exchange, prep companies get all your contact info and the opportunity to market their […]

101 Insights to Increase Your LSAT Score | Book

If you’re reading this, you’re probably studying for the LSAT. I know this process isn’t easy, and it can be incredibly frustrating at times. However, each year, many people overcome the hurdles and achieve significant score increases. Some even get top LSAT scores. Then, they go on to the law schools of their dreams. You […]