All posts by John Wilson Booth

The Digital LSAT 2019

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Recently, the LSAC revealed the long-awaited decision to begin administering the LSAT digitally. This announcement marks a monumental time in the LSAT’s history. And the new test format will affect us all, probably in unexpected ways. But, there’s no need to worry. Let’s just review what we know about the digital LSAT so far. The […]

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Kaplan LSAT Prep Review

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Is Kaplan LSAT Prep the course for you? No. I’ll discuss the history, pros and cons, course packages, rating, and ideal candidates of Kaplan so you know why. The Rule about Kaplan LSAT Prep In the LSAT prep world, there are two golden rules: use real LSAT questions, and don’t use Kaplan. That may sound […]

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LSAT Tips: 3 Things I Wish I Had Known When I Started Studying for the LSAT

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If you’re preparing for the LSAT, you might appreciate these 3 LSAT tips. I’ll tell you how I discovered these tips and what these tips are so you can apply them to your LSAT journey. How I Discovered These LSAT Tips My LSAT journey is not typical of most students. My score increase from my […]

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Cheap LSAT Study Plan

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Can you study for the LSAT on the cheap? Yes, it is possible. I’ll tell you why you would want a cheap LSAT study plan and how to create one. Cheap LSAT Study Plan: Why It’s Necessary If you’ve done your research, you’ve realized that the LSAT is the single most important factor in determining […]

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Blueprint LSAT Prep Review

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Blueprint LSAT Prep is a high-class LSAT course. Blueprint may be the course for you, and to help you make this call, I’ll discuss the history, pros and cons, course packages, rating, and ideal candidates for Blueprint. History of Blueprint LSAT Prep Blueprint is an LSAT-only test-prep company that has been around since 2005. It […]

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Retaking the LSAT: When Should You Do It?

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So, you took the LSAT once. What do you do now? Should you consider retaking the LSAT? I’ve got some reasons why you should and the scenarios in which you should do so. Retaking the LSAT: Why Should You Do It? The LSAT is the most important aspect of your law school applications. Your score, […]

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LSAT Sections: What Sections Are on the LSAT?

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The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) features several sections. To do well on the exam, you must learn what these sections are and what they consist of. Therefore, I’ll discuss the sections of the LSAT so you can be prepared. LSAT Sections The LSAT consists of 5 multiple-choice questions (MCQ) sections and 1 writing sample […]

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5 Tips for Studying for the LSAT While You Have a Job

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So, you’ve decided to go to law school after starting a career in another field. Or, you decided to go to law school a while ago, but you’ve got to pay the bills while you prepare to apply. No matter the case, if you’re working while studying for the LSAT, you’re in an intimidating situation. So, […]

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LSAT Study Group: Should You Join One?

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Studying for the LSAT was the most difficult thing I have ever done, and I did it completely alone. However, many students find that joining an LSAT study group helps them progress with their studies. Whether or not you fall into this category is dependent on your personality, your study habits, how you learn, where […]

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Alpha Score LSAT Prep Review

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Alpha Score LSAT Prep is an affordable and effective LSAT course. You can determine if Alpha Score is the course for you by learning about the history, pros and cons, course packages, rating, and ideal candidates for this course. History of Alpha Score LSAT Prep Alpha Score LSAT is a focused test prep company that offers […]

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