Your Guide To LSAT Logic Games

Your Guide To LSAT Logic Games

What Are Logic Games? The Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT, or Logic Games, is often considered the most difficult portion of the LSAT for many test-takers. Without any practice, the Logic Games questions can seem insurmountable, especially at the beginning of...
Kaplan LSAT Review

Kaplan LSAT Review

There are a number of different ways to study for the LSAT, and Kaplan is one of the most trusted names in post-secondary education test review. In this article we are going to peer into the different options Kaplan offers its pre-law students, and dive into the...
The Ultimate Guide To Choosing a Top Law School

The Ultimate Guide To Choosing a Top Law School

According to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), there are 237 law schools in the United States. Annually, lists and rankings are published detailing the top law schools in the country. The rankings are based on factors such as GPA, peer assessments, and average...
College Board cancels June SAT tests

College Board cancels June SAT tests

On Wednesday, April 15, 2020, the College Board announced that they will cancel the SAT test scheduled for June 6 nationwide because of the coronavirus pandemic. Anyone that signed up for the SAT test can either reschedule for a later test date or apply for...
11 LSAT Tips To Give You The Edge

11 LSAT Tips To Give You The Edge

Getting into law school is competitive, and the LSAT is by far your most important predictor of success. This guide of LSAT tips is meant to give you a competitive advantage come test day.  The biggest factor in your LSAT success is being well prepared. In order...