Postponing Your LSAT Test Date

Tiffany Sanders, J.D. Law School Admissions, LSAT Test Prep Leave a Comment

With the June LSAT approaching, the question arises (as it does in the last few weeks before every LSAT administration): Should I postpone my LSAT test date? Maybe. I can’t answer the question for you, but I can tell you what you’ll need to consider in order to make the right decision. How are you scoring on practice tests? It …

Balance Your LSAT Practice

Tiffany Sanders, J.D. LSAT Test Prep Leave a Comment

Tackling one section of the LSAT at a time may seem like the most reasonable approach. You don’t want to take on too many new concepts at once, nor do you want to risk mixing up similar-but-different processes in your practice.  Those are valid considerations, but there’s a competing concern: LSAT skills rust when not applied on a regular basis. …

LSAT Logical Reasoning – Should You Read the Question Stem First?

Tiffany Sanders, J.D. LSAT Test Prep Leave a Comment

Recently, I read a blog post about how an “LSAT master” doesn’t read the question stem first (as most major test preparation programs recommend in the Logical Reasoning section).

Conventional reasoning is that when you read the question stem first, you know what you’re looking for going into the stimulus. This directs your focus as you read the text, and