Why typical LSAT improvement isn’t linear

Why typical LSAT improvement isn’t linear

Are you frustrated with your progress on the LSAT? Or wondering why it feels like you’re always taking two steps forward, one step back? Typical improvement on the LSAT unfortunately isn’t always linear, but that doesn’t mean you’re doing anything...
LSAT Study Strategies Part 2: Tips for Studying

LSAT Study Strategies Part 2: Tips for Studying

As an undergrad, you probably (hopefully…) developed effective study methods for your classes. But the LSAT is different. Your study strategies for the LSAT can’t be the same as your study strategies for a biology class or even a poli sci class. In this article,...
Dealing with LSAT Burnout

Dealing with LSAT Burnout

I see this all the time. A student prepares for months for the LSAT, then suddenly sees their scores nosedive, or they start skipping study sessions. They get discouraged. Nothing seems to help. When they study, it doesn’t come as easily as it did before, and...