Your LSAT score is one of the most important factors law schools consider. Use these LSAT tips and guides to master the test.
LSAT Test Prep
The LSAT doesn't test what you already know—it measures your ability to excel in law school. These test prep hints will help get you in an LSAT mindset.
A test prep counselor offers his opinion on how to attain your highest score.
The pros and cons of either test date depend entirely on you.
Law schools seem more interested in late candidates, so there may still be time to apply.
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Not happy with your LSAT results? You have six days to cancel your score. Canceling has implications, so make sure you know it's a smart move.
Once you have your LSAT score, you can focus on finding the right school. With the U.S. News rankings of Best Law Schools you can narrow your school search by test score, location, tuition, and school size.
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