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What’s a Good SAT Score?

The straight answer is: it depends. It depends on where you want to go (or who you want to impress). According to the College Board’s table of 2013 SAT percentiles, the median SAT score for college-bound seniors was around 1500 combined. So maybe a ‘good SAT score’ is anything over that mark: you’ll be better […]

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Your Test and Your Confidence

To succeed on standardized tests, you need a certain level of confidence. This is true of most pursuits, but standardized testing is such a stressful and anxiety-producing venture that confidence in your abilities will make or break your score. Most students know the feeling of mid-test anxiety: you begin to worry about that answer that […]

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Approaching Test Day

Test day is tough, whatever the test. At least as important, though, is the time leading up to the big day. The right approach can make all the difference. 1) Take a break. Two or three days before your test date, give yourself a break and stop studying. Not only does cramming not work, but […]

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Take a prep course for your LSAT!

Earlier this month, it was announced that the average LSAT score for incoming law students had dropped. There are all sorts of conclusions to be drawn from this development, but if you’re thinking of law school, consider this one in particular: If LSAT scores are lower, then knocking the test out of the park puts you […]

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How Long is the LSAT Exam?

This video contains information on how long the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is and what you need to do in order to prepare for the LSAT exam when applying for law schools.

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Best LSAT Prep Tips For Law School Applicants

… LSAT Prep Tips  In addition to being expensive, the LSAT is one of the most difficult tests that a person can take. If the payoff is admission to an excellent law school, though, and consequently a top-notch legal job, then the payoff is potentially very great. Naturally, with a test like that, it makes […]

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5 New Ways to Prep for the SAT (Or Any Other Standardized Test)!

1. Listen to Music Not all music starts and ends with “Baby, baby, baby, yea.”  There are a number of bands out there with serious lyrical and storytelling chops.  Take, for instance, The Decemberists.  They blend storytelling and an impressive vocabulary to make for unique lyrics that can teach you a thing or two.  Here’s […]

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Test Prep Experts: Keeping Students Motivated

There are two kinds of motivation: long term and short term. The learning team (student, tutor, educational institution, and parent) is responsible for maintaining motivation throughout the process, but the tutor-student relationship is critical in each and every level of motivating the learning process. On a day-to-day level, motivation is necessary to keep focus and […]

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Law Firm Recruiters – New Law School Rankings (US News)

The newest law school rankings completed by law firm recruiters was just released by US News and World Report.  Many of the biggest surprises include Harvard taking over its rival Yale Law for the first time, and Wash U in St. Louis taking a spot in the top 20 – somewhat of a surprise as […]

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LSAT Test Dates, 2010-2011 | LSAT Exam

Here are the LSAT Test Dates, 2010-2011, for students taking the LSAT exam and applying to law schools. Saturday, October 9, 2010 Tuesday, October 12, 2010 Saturday, December 11, 2010 Monday, December 13, 2010 Saturday, February 12, 2011 Monday, February 14, 2011 Monday, June 6, 2011 Sunday, June 16, 2011 Saturday, October 1, 2011 Tuesday, […]

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