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September '17 LSAT scores are being released today. Join our discussion!

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We've received word that LSAC icons are going grey and September '17 LSAT scores will be coming out today. Remember, the scores are released in waves so if you don't see yours at first, don't panic! Undoubtedly questions will arise when you receive your scores, so please join our discussion on the PowerScore LSAT Forum HERE. You can sign up for free to chat about your test results and ask for advice moving forward from our numerous expert instructors and authors!

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Topics: LSAT Forum

Post-September LSAT Resources

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

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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

PowerScore LSAT Forum Post of the Day: Logical Negation - Which word do I negate in a sentence?

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When practicing LSAT Logical Reasoning, many students get stuck wondering how to identify which word to negate in a long and complicated sentence. In today's LSAT Forum Post of the Day, LSAT expert Jonathan Evans provides a student with a key phrase you can introduce to any statement to quickly convey the concept of its negation.

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Topics: Law School Admissions, LSAT Prep, LSAT Forum

Join Our Free LSAT Self-Study Workshop Webinar Tomorrow Night!

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Planning to study on your own for the LSAT? PowerScore LSAT Bible author Dave Killoran and Vice President Jon Denning are co-hosting a special free webinar TOMORROW NIGHT on 6/28 where they will be helping students construct the most efficient self-study plan possible. They will break down sample cases of common types of students, and let you know how to make the most of your studies based on your goals, timeframe, and initial strengths and weaknesses. Sign up today to interact with two of the leading voices in the LSAT prep field!

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Topics: Law School Admissions