Tag Archive: LSAT Trends

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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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A Look at the June 2019 LSAT

Two Fridays ago, LSAC released everyone’s scores for the June 2019 LSAT. Most people — the sane, well-adjusted people who take this test just as a means to go to law school — get the email, see their scores, react accordingly, and discard the other contents of the message. But other people — LSAT instructors, the decidedly less sane and well-adjusted — get really excited about those other contents. Because among those attachments are copies of the new LSAT. And LSAT instructors get really excited about new LSATs being released.