Skimming is the single most dangerous thing you can do on the LSAT.

The LSAT is a reading test. Your reading ability is the single greatest factor determining your LSAT score.  I recently stressed this during an interview with Steve Schwartz from the LSAT Blog:  You probably don't think this is that big a deal. You’re literally reading this right now. You can read. But there's a difference between the kind of r...
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Top 5 LSAT Burn Out Rules

LSAT burn out is a special kind of problem to have. It affects only the most motivated student, and that’s what makes it so dangerous.  The student wants to do well so much that they’re willing to do anything to get their score. But anything isn’t always good. Working on LSAT every day for 8+ hours sounds like it would hypothetically lead to sco...
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Want to Improve Your LSAT score? Don't Be a Bill

Let’s imagine two identical students for a second. We’ll call them Bill and Will. Both students have four months to study. Both students have a diagnostic score of 145 and want a 165+ on the test so they can have a shot at UCLA. Both students study on average two hours a day, five days a week. They use the exact same study materials. 

Who does better?

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