Complex Arguments on the LSAT - How to Be a Major League Player

Posted by Adam M. Tyson on

On the LSAT you are often asked to determine something about a portion of an argument. What was the main point, perhaps, or what role did such and such a statement play in the argument? That first question is called a Main Point question (no surprise there), and the latter is what we call a Method of Reasoning – Argument Part question.

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Topics: LSAT Logical Reasoning

Join Our Free Letters of Recommendation Webinar!

Posted by Dave Killoran on

Ever wondered who to ask to write you a letter of recommendation? Or have you ever wondered how to make sure your chosen recommender writes you the best possible letter? Or perhaps you've wondered if it even makes a difference at all? Well, you can get answers to all those questions and many more tomorrow evening during our free webinar covering law school admission letters of recommendation. If you are interested, read on for all the details!

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Topics: Law School Admissions

When Will December 2016 LSAT Scores Be Released? Our Prediction!

Posted by Jon Denning on

December 2016 LSAT takers have one burning question in mind: When exactly will my score be released?

Per LSAC, December 2016 LSAT scores are slated to be released on Wednesday, January 4th, 2017. However, past LSAC score-release trends indicate that scores are almost always released earlier than the official date (except when weather conditions have interfered with the original test dates, as was the case with the February 2013 LSAT). So, even though you still have to wait to get your score, you probably won't have to wait until the score-release date designated by the test makers. 

So when will you have it?

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Topics: LSAT Prep

Post-December LSAT Resources

Posted by PowerScore Test Preparation on

We hope that everyone was able to get through the LSAT and leave the test feeling confident today! We know that your brain is probably feeling pretty fried, but we wanted to let you know about a few post-test resources that you can take advantage of. Sometimes there can be a degree of uncertainty following the test, so check out the following links to help you feel more at ease with your performance today:

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Topics: LSAT Prep

LSAT cancellations, withdrawals, absences: What's the difference?

Posted by PowerScore Test Preparation on

With the LSAT just around the corner, you may be taking a look at how your prep is going and thinking that you are simply not ready for the test. There's no shame in this; in fact, knowing when you are or are not ready for the LSAT shows a great deal of self-awareness and respect for your law school application. 

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Topics: LSAT Prep