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An Unsettling PSA: Your Test Day May Not Go Perfectly

A test that has been administered on pen and paper for decades goes digital … what could possibly go wrong? Turns out, quite a lot! Test-day horror stories from LSAT takers ever since the big September digital switch have been terrifying: three-hour check in queues, tablets malfunctioning, proctors reading outdated instructions … anything can happen!

Although we don’t want to drive you into a panic just a few days before your test, we want to make sure you are prepared in case something does go wrong.

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Predictions for the January 2020 LSAT

Folks, it’s that time again. We summoned our in-house LSAT prognosticator from his lair, and he arrived in a tattered red tunic and blue wizard hat embroidered with good stars and crescent moons. (We ask if he’s been paying close attention to the LSAT, but by the looks of it he’s mostly been watching Fantasia on Disney+.) Nonetheless, we retrieved his crystal ball and his LSAT-themed tarot cards, we hired an astrologer-consultant to assure everyone that Mercury is in fact not in retrograde, so we need not expect a crazy weird logic game — and our prognosticator will finally to make some predictions for the January LSAT.

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2019 LSAT Superlatives

We’re three days into the new year, and our review of 2020 so far? It’s already pretty scary. Not only is the January LSAT scheduled to go in ten days, but WWIII is now trending on Twitter. So excuse us for continuing to bask in the warm bath of recent nostalgia. In our last post, we reviewed all the LSAT news from the news-packed year of 2019. Today, we’re going to take a closer look at the all the LSATs published in 2019. As we did last year, we’ll do so by rewarding LSAT superlatives to these exams …

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All the LSAT News from 2019

The end of 2019 fast approaching. If 2019 were an LSAT, we’d have just finished making our frantic, final answer selections in the fifth section, and would now be listening to the proctor drone on about some final instructions before being dismissed. Which is to say that our minds would be drifting away from the LSAT and towards how much we’re going to celebrate finishing the test. But before we let our minds drift away from 2019 and towards our New Year’s Eve celebrations, we thought it’d be appropriate to reflect on all the changes to the LSAT this year brought.


A Look at the November 2019 LSAT

Interrupting everyone’s holiday festivities, scores for the November 2019 LSAT were released last Thursday. These scores brought holiday joy to some (those who were satisfied with their scores; LSAT instructor dorks, such as yours truly, who get a shiny new LSAT to play with) and despair to others (those who were decidedly less than satisfied with their scores; those same LSAT instructor dorks who have to translate their thoughts on the exam into lengthy blog posts). But whether this exam wrought good or bad tidings, we’re going to go over it, as we do following the release of every published LSAT. So let’s get to some quick hits on the November exam …