2 Week (16 Day) LSAT Crash Course for the Current LSAT
Magoosh | LSAT
by Kristin Fracchia
2M ago
Do you need to prepare for the current LSAT in two weeks? Or are you trying to cram for the current LSAT before it ends in June and is replaced by a new version in August 2024? If you’re starting with zero knowledge of the test, it’s no easy task—but with high-quality materials, dedication, and a lot of motivation, it can be done! Our 2 week LSAT study plan will require a fair amount of time each day, but this LSAT crash course can help you make the most of the time remaining to you so that you can get the most out of your prep.   Table of Contents How to Use This 2 Week LSAT Study S ..read more
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One Month LSAT Study Plan for the Current LSAT and the New LSAT in August 2024
Magoosh | LSAT
by Kristin Fracchia
2M ago
If you have a month to prepare for the LSAT, figuring out where to start can be overwhelming. And there’s added pressure given that the current LSAT ends in June and the new version starts up in August 2024. If you’re starting with no prep, you’ll need a great one month LSAT study plan, time to devote to LSAT study, and dedication. Ready to make the most of the time you have before your test? Let’s go! Download the Study Schedule as a PDF Choose from the study schedule PDFs below for the version of the LSAT that you’re studying for: 1 Month LSAT Study Schedule for the Current LSAT 1 Month LS ..read more
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Free LSAT Practice Test with Official Questions and Explanations
Magoosh | LSAT
by Rachel Kapelke-Dale
3M ago
When you’re getting ready to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), it’s absolutely key to practice with high-quality materials—and more specifically, official LSAT practice tests (known as PrepTests). It’s important to see what the test looks like and study the format as much as possible. And there’s no better way to do that than by looking at previous exams—particularly when they’re free LSAT practice tests! Enter your email to start your free LSAT practice test on Magoosh: This free practice test is the June 2007 PrepTest for the current version of the LSAT (the LSAT is changing format ..read more
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LSAT Changes: What’s New with the LSAT in August 2024?
Magoosh | LSAT
by Kristin Fracchia
3M ago
More LSAT changes? Didn’t the LSAT change just a couple years ago? Yes, it did. And it’s going to change again in August 2024! So, what’s happening this time? Let’s take a look at what’ll be different, what’s staying the same, and how you can best prepare, whether you’re taking the test before it changes or gearing up for the new format. The Big LSAT Changes Farewell to Logic Games: The biggest headline? The Logic Games section is riding off into the sunset. In its place, you’ll find an additional scored section of Logical Reasoning questions. So, rather than having about 25 scored LR questio ..read more
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Should I Take a Practice LSAT with an Unscored Section?
Magoosh | LSAT
by Kristin Fracchia
3M ago
When preparing for the LSAT, one of the key strategies that does not get emphasized enough is pacing. The LSAT is a marathon, not a sprint, so pacing is essential.  How you manage your time and stamina across all sections of the test can significantly impact your final score. This brings us to an important question: Should your practice LSAT include an unscored section? The answer is a resounding “Yes!” Let’s dive into why this is crucial for your LSAT preparation. 1. Building Stamina for the Long Haul The LSAT is already a lengthy test.  The inclusion of an unscored section extends ..read more
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Old LSAT PrepTests vs. the New LSAT PrepTests in 2024
Magoosh | LSAT
by Kristin Fracchia
3M ago
Hey, future law students! Big news if you haven’t heard yet: the LSAT is getting a makeover starting August 2024. That means the PrepTests, those all-important practice tests, are also changing. Let’s dive into what’s different about the old PrepTests versus the new PrepTests and how those changes might affect your prep. The “New” Look of the New PrepTests Though there are “new” PrepTests, they’re ultimately reorganized versions of the original PrepTests. The Reading Comprehension section and two Logical Reasoning sections of an existing PrepTest (for example, PrepTest 74) comprise the scored ..read more
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How to Use LawHub and LawHub Advantage
Magoosh | LSAT
by Kristin Fracchia
3M ago
First, some quick history.  In July 2019, the LSAT went digital, and in June 2023, LSAC® launched their LawHub Advantage platform to help future law students prepare for this high-stakes exam in the same format that they will see on test day. LawHub offers two subscription levels: a free account and the LawHub Advantage ($115 for premium access).  So, which is right for you?  Here’s everything you need to know regarding how to make the most of this platform and LawHub Advantage! How do I access LawHub Advantage for the Digital LSAT? For a direct link to log in, go to LawHu ..read more
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How to Get Faster at LSAT Logic Games
Magoosh | LSAT
by Deborah
3M ago
Update: Taking the LSAT in August 2024 or later?  Be sure you know about major upcoming changes to the test and plan accordingly.  In particular, the Analytical Reasoning section (aka Logic Games) will be removed, and there will be a new argumentative task in the Writing section. Taking the test before August 2024? Read on! The LSAT analytical reasoning section, a.k.a. logic games, might be your favorite section. Or, if you’re just starting out, it’s your least favorite. Why? Well, it’s very different from most students are used to on standardized tests. Getting used to the rules of ..read more
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Top Tips for LSAT Logical Reasoning
Magoosh | LSAT
by Allyson Evans
3M ago
Update: Taking the LSAT in August 2024 or later?  Be sure you know about major upcoming changes to the test and plan accordingly.  In particular, the Analytical Reasoning section (aka Logic Games) will be replaced by a second Logical Reasoning Section. There will also be a new argumentative task in the Writing section. Now that you know what’s changing, read on! Many LSAT students find Logical Reasoning to be the most challenging section. But! Take it from me: Logical Reasoning gets easier with practice, especially once you’ve got all the Magoosh strate ..read more
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Top 5 Ways to Improve Your Logical Reasoning Score
Magoosh | LSAT
by Deborah
3M ago
Update: Taking the LSAT in August 2024 or later?  Be sure you know about major upcoming changes to the test and plan accordingly.  In particular, the Analytical Reasoning section (aka Logic Games) will be replaced by a second Logical Reasoning Section. There will also be a new argumentative task in the Writing section. Now that you know what’s changing, read on! The logical reasoning section is known for formidable question types. So how can you improve? Take a look at the top 5 ways to improve your logical reasoning score! 1. Open Your Mind! The LSAT test-w ..read more
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