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How to Build an LSAT Study Plan

by Zack Baldwin Once you decide you are going to take the LSAT, the next thing you should do is make a study plan for yourself. Our free LSAT course includes a few different study plans based on the length of time you’ll be studying. But, many students choose to create their own. Whether you […]
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What Is The Highest Score on the LSAT?

by Zack Baldwin The highest score you can achieve on the LSAT is a 180. To obtain a 180, you need to answer all 100 or 101 questions on the exam correctly. Fewer than one in one thousand test takers accomplishes this feat. So, don’t freak out if you’re not hitting that high score. In […]
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How Long Should You Study for the LSAT?

by Zack Baldwin As with many topics in test preparation, the answer depends on your goals and your starting point. Below, we’ll take a look at what time range is right for you given the circumstances with which you are approaching the test. Before we begin looking at different scenarios, you’ll want to take a […]
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LSAT Test Day Breakdown – Just How Long Is the LSAT?

LSAT test day looks different for everyone. You have to account for travel time, how large of a center it is, and how long the pre-admin process takes on top of the time the LSAT itself takes. So, let’s breakdown each part of your day. We’ll begin with the exam itself, since it is the […]
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