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Category: LSAT

The Lowdown on LSAT Prep: A Comparison of the 15 Best LSAT Prep Books, Courses, and Apps for 2019

This post written by Punsala Navaratna for this blog. If you’re just starting out studying for the LSAT, you’re probably at the stage where you’ve got to select the right prep strategy and resources for you.  You might have a lot of questions but also a lot of decisions to make. Like – what’s the […]

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How Can I Get a High Score on the LSAT Exam?

This post written by Punsala Navaratna for 21st Night. 21st Night is a studying app I developed to help people master exams, including the LSAT. How can I get a high score on the LSAT? If you’re an aspiring lawyer, learning about the Law School Admission Test (or LSAT for short) might have slowly filled […]

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How to study for the LSAT according to Reddit r/LSAT

How to study for the LSAT according to Reddit’s r/LSAT This post is a compilation of the advice from success stories I’ve gathered from r/LSAT. 1. If you work full-time, expect to work like 3 hours every day after work. 2. Drilling and reviewing questions is incredibly important. 3. For logic games, 7Sage‘s strategies are […]

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How I went from 152 to 176 in 2 months working full time! Reddit LSAT debrief.

How I went from 152 to 176 in 2 months working full time! Reddit LSAT debrief. Summary He studies 3 hours every day no matter what, even though he works full-time. He loves the LSAT Trainer and the Logic Games bible. Reading it and doing the exercises helped him a lot. For LG, his most […]

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Grinding from a 155 to a 172: an r/LSAT success story

Grinding from a 155 to a 172: an r/LSAT success story Summary Studied for 6 months, and studied each section sequentially. First, he tackled the logic games with 7Sage. He found their method too extreme, so he ultimately developed a hybrid style and focused on being fast, adaptable, and accurate. Then, he tackled logical reasoning […]

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How I went from a 161 to a 175 with extended time: a Reddit LSAT success story

How I went from a 161 to a 175 with extended time: a Reddit LSAT success story Summary 161 on May 31 diagnostic, 175 on September LSAT. He studied full-time for 2 weeks, then had a full-time internship after that, so could only work 3-4 hours per day. He has narcolepsy, so gets 1.5x time […]

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149 to 170 working full time: a Reddit LSAT success story

149 to 170 working full time: a Reddit LSAT success story Summary Took the guy 2 years, 4+ LSATs, and $3500. He was working full-time and taking some online college courses, so he had a busy schedule. He was a big fan of using 7Sage analytics, drilling questions, and reviewing explanations from 7Sage to get […]

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