If you’re considering law school, the LSAT is surely in your future. This standardized admission test can sometimes be the make-or-break component of what gets you into law school, or the school of your choice. With the help of Nathan Fox, founder of Fox LSAT, we’ve put together your complete guide to preparing for the LSAT over on About.com.
- When Should You Take the LSAT? It’s important to do well on the LSAT because law schools use the score as a deciding factor when considering your application. Here’s some guidance about the best time to take the exam.
- What’s the Best Way to Prepare for the LSAT? Once you’ve decided to take the LSAT and understand the fundamental of how it’s scored, it’s time to start thinking about the best way to prepare for the exam. Is an in-person or online prep class your best option?
- How to Align Your LSAT Score with the Right Law School — Many students wonder if they should chose their ideal schools before taking the LSAT. We answer that question and how the test will affect their chances of obtaining a scholarship.
- Getting Ready for LSAT Test Day and Beyond — Before you get your pencil ready to take the exam, there are a few things to keep in mind on the actual test day.
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