Logic Games Removed: the LSAT will be 2/3 Logical Reasoning as of August 2024, says LSAC.

Posted 2024-03-03

10/18/23 : Game over, LSAC! After a long, drawn-out, and ultimately successful lawsuit (filed under the ADA by a two visually impaired test takers) that began way back in 2011, the Law School Admissions Council will finally remove the controversial “Logic Games” aka Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT—starting with the August 2024 LSAT. An extra Logical Reasoning (LR) section will take the place of Logic Games, officially making the new LSAT 2/3 Logical Reasoning, and 1/3 Reading Comprehension. Keep Reading

LSAT Action Plan: How to Study and Prepare for the Law School Admission Test

Posted 2024-01-24

A 5-Step Plan to prepare any student for the LSAT. Keep Reading

An Exhaustive List of all 102 (and counting!) Real, Official LSAT PrepTests from LSAC—including paper tests on Amazon, free PDF downloads, LSAT India tests, and even Kindle versions.

Posted 2023-12-14

An epic, comprehensive list of links to every version of every official LSAT PrepTest that can be found for free or purchased online. Keep Reading

Creative, renegade, long-term strategies for leveraging the LSAT's (and GRE's) 5-year validity / no maximum retake rules

Posted 2021-07-11

How to start taking the LSAT in your senior year of high school, and finish taking it as a freshman or sophomore in college. Keep Reading

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