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How to get from 160 to 170 on the LSAT

How to get from 160 to 170 on the LSAT

If you are looking to push your LSAT score up from a 160 to a 170, here are some ways you can make that happen. But first of all, congrats on making it to 160! That's no small feat! [And if you aren’t yet up to the 160, or perhaps even feel like that’s a long way off,...

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The Logic Games myth

The Logic Games myth

If you’ve been in the LSAT world for a while, you’ve probably come across this advice, which I consider to be the great myth about Logic Games: Start with Logic Games. It’s the easiest section to learn. Or the more extreme variation of it: To get a good LSAT score,...

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Reserved Spot Deductions in LG

Reserved Spot Deductions in LG

If you’ve been working on Logic Games, you know that making deductions is key, whether in the setup stage or while working through the questions. Today I’m going to share with you a key source of deductions for in/out games: the reserved spot deduction. It’s a type of...

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Future-focused blind review for LSAT

Future-focused blind review for LSAT

You’ve landed on one of the most important blog posts on my website. Whether you’ve never heard of “blind review” or are already using the method in your own prep, what I am sharing with you here is a BETTER way to review for the LSAT - and even a better way to blind...

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GRE

Why you should use a GRE Error Log

Why you should use a GRE Error Log

In my nearly 15 years of tutoring the GRE, I’ve had a lot of students make significant increases in their scores. I’ve also sometimes had students who haven’t reached their score goals, sometimes even despite weeks of prep. So what sets the first type of student apart...

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SAT/ACT

ACT and SAT self-study habits

ACT and SAT self-study habits

Especially with schools out early this year or shifting to online school, a lot of families are choosing to make the most of the situation by getting a jump on SAT or ACT prep. Many are going the route of self-study. But that raises the question of exactly how to go...

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SAT and ACT Prep while Social Distancing

SAT and ACT Prep while Social Distancing

These are uncertain times, as we all know. Whether directly or indirectly, we've all been affected by the current situation. But if you made it to this blog post, you must also be thinking about what to do with your child's SAT or ACT prep. What should SAT and ACT...

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How to get a good SAT score

How to get a good SAT score

Raising your SAT score is not easy. It takes a lot of hard work and determination! But strong scores can make all the difference in getting into your top choice university or getting the scholarship money to pay for it. Because of that, it’s worth your time to make...

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Why you should use an SAT Error Log

Why you should use an SAT Error Log

I’ve been teaching the SAT for over 15 years now, and there’s one thing that I’ve seen consistently in the students who have made the most improvement while studying. It’s not about how much they study or how smart they are. It’s all about how well they learn from...

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