If you’re reading this, you probably know that LSAT prep is a must. I mean, it’s only the rest of your life that’s impacted by the law school you’ll attend and how much it will cost you to go there. And it’s well established that your LSAT score is a huge factor in law school admissions decisions.
I’ve known many folks who were serious about their LSAT score neglect or postpone their prep even after setting aside time and money for it. Something always manages to come up. For those still in college, midterms are looming ahead or a ten page course paper is due, and they just need to take a few weeks off from LSAT studying in order to get past this. Or maybe Spring Break was intended for LSAT studying, but a beachside vacation sounds more appealing and will supposedly provide a necessary refresher for them to come back more devoted to their studying than ever. For those in the workforce, their boss has given them an important deadline, and if they can just get this project done, then they’ll have time to devote to studying for the LSAT.… Read full post