This is just a quick article about your LSAT Test Center. Many people do not consider where they will be writing and how that can affect the exam. It is really important to go and visit your testing center before you show up the day of the test. You want to be comfortable with your surroundings and have no surprise factors that could throw off your concentration. Here is what you should be looking for and considering about your LSAT Test Center location.
How long will it take to get there?
Remember, unless you write in June you will have a morning exam. Mornings are notorious for bad traffic in many major cities. Know the route you will be taking and consider driving it during the morning the week before. (more…)
It really depends on the person. Some people have studied for every test of their lives with someone else and to break the pattern now would feel crazy. Some people have never studied with someone else and starting with the LSAT would probably be even crazier.
If you have studied with others for big tests your entire life, then sure, go for it. If you always study by yourself and are only reading this article because your annoying classmate asked if you wanted to study with them, then don’t. Don’t break the cycle – you want to be as comfortable as possible when studying for the LSAT.
Here are some advantages and disadvantages of studying with a partner. (more…)
Many people begin their journey to Law School by taking the LSAT – the Law School Admission Test. Check out this article if you want more information about who produces the LSAT, where you can write it, and how you can register.
What is the LSAT? The Law School Admission Test is a standardized exam that is required by most ABA Law Schools in North America for acceptance into their Law program. This article gives a general overview of the LSAT, its sections, what it tests, and how to understand your LSAT Score.