You have questions, we all do. Especially if you’re preparing for the LSAT. The LSAT makes naive fawns of us all, as we take our first timid steps into some LSAT prep program. So you have some questions about how to prepare for the LSAT, or how to make the most of one of our prep programs. Now, some of your questions are so common that they become “frequently asked questions.” And we have a pretty robust FAQs section on our website, both for prospective and current students. Today’s blog will address some of the less common, but still fairly common, questions we didn’t have a chance to address on our site. Call this our FEAQs (Frequently Enough Asked Questions).
It’s been a weird year in the world of LSAT, hasn’t it? LSAC successfully came into the 21st century and administered its first official tablet-based test, logic games as we know them may cease to exist in a few years, and the writing sample went from a painful afterthought to a take-home assignment. One can