You’ve always known you wanted to go to law school. Like Rachel Zane on Suits, taking the LSAT and going to law school has been your calling since before you can remember.Or you’re completely unsure. Law school sounds fun, but you have no interest in being a litigator, and you’re not sure whether it’s worth the time and financial investment. Either way, there is long-term and short-term planning that goes into taking the LSAT. Consider both … [Read more...]
When Will Logic Games Be Removed From The LSAT?
What Are Logic Games?Logic Games (also known as LG) is one of the three scored sections on the LSAT. Each LG section contains four games (which are logic puzzles), and each game contains 5 to 8 questions. This section is also known more formally as Analytical Reasoning (AR). How Long Have Logic Games Been On The LSAT?This section type first appeared on the LSAT in June 1982, so Logic Games have been on the LSAT for over 40 years. I've … [Read more...]
What Undergrad Classes Should I Take if I’m Thinking About Law School?
It’s just about time to register for fall classes and you’re stumped: how can I best prepare for law school? What should I take?There are several things to consider, but the bottom line is: study what you love, try out a law class, and focus on maximizing your GPA. Study What You Love It may sound obvious, but studying what you’re most passionate about will do two things for you: first, it will help your GPA. You’re more driven to study … [Read more...]