Your first step, when starting to study for the LSAT, should be to take an actual, released LAST and establish your baseline score.
Taking an actual LSAT will give you several benefits:
- You will become familiar with the types of questions presented on the exam, and the language patterns the test makers use;
- You will get a sense of the endurance and concentration required to complete the exam;
- You will get a starting score and a sense of where your strengths and weaknesses lie.
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