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:
We will be fielding questions from students and providing information about the test all weekend long. We will be listing which LG/LR/RC questions were real and which were known to be experimental. This information can help you better determine how you performed earlier in the day, and whether to keep or cancel your score. Our top LSAT experts will be answering everyone's individual questions and you can also engage in conversation with other students who went through the arduous test taking process today.
You can interact directly with Logic Games Bible author Dave Killoran and PowerScore VP Jon Denning on Twitter! Dave is a top resource for all things LSAT and law school admissions-related and is always happy to engage in conversation with students on Twitter. Let him know if you have any questions following the test and he'll be able to provide you with plenty of advice on what to do as you wait for your score. You can also interact with the general PowerScore Twitter account with post-LSAT questions as well.
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We look forward to hearing from you about the test!