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We received confirmation today from LSAC on an important change on the LSAT. Going forward, each logic game will be printed with a blank facing page, giving you one entire blank page on which to do your work.

 

As is often the case with minor changes to the exam, this was a surprise to everybody on the June LSAT. However, Wendy from LSAC confirmed that the change will be permanent via email with us today.

 

Although this change isn’t likely to make the section much different, it’s a change of which you should be aware. When you do practice tests, feel free to have a piece of scratch paper for each game you complete. At least the ridiculousness of making tiny margin diagrams should go away.

 

SO — the LSAT is now .01% easier. ūüôā

 

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