"What's My Motivation?" Studying for the LSAT Might Make You Smarter
September 20, 2017
Research published by neuroscientists at Cal Berkeley (published in Frontiers of Neuroanatomy) suggests that studying intensely for the LSAT makes you more intelligent. The study of 100 LSAT prep students found that intensive prep strengthened connections in the brain associated with reasoning. Think about this the next time you want to put off studying.
Published in Pre Law Magazine - Fall 2012. p. 5
It is often advised that it is ideal to take the LSAT in the spring or summer of your junior year (assuming you plan on applying to schools in the fal...
When Should I Take the LSAT and an LSAT Course???
July 21, 2018
This is a very common question we receive. Students want to prepare before the class begins and also want to know what else they can do besides the cl...
What Else Can I Do Besides the Course to Prepare for the LSAT?