LSAT & Law School Blog

A Guide to the Different Types of LSAT Logic Games

Posted by Mark Skoskiewicz on Thu, Jun 01, 2023 @ 09:00 AM

 Ask just about anyone taken the LSAT what the hardest part of the test was, and there’s a pretty good chance they’ll say it was the Logic Games. If you’re prepping for the LSAT and you’ve already started struggling with the Logic Games, you can at least take comfort in knowing that just about everyone who takes the test goes through the same challenge.

But the truth is, Logic Games don’t have to be especially hard or intimidating. What makes them stand out is mostly just that they’re unfamiliar to us. They don’t necessarily require a level of skill or intelligence that most people don’t possess. But our minds naturally stop processing information well when we encounter information we’re unfamiliar with.

The good news is that you can develop familiarity with the LSAT Logic Games pretty easily if you try, because they all tend to fall into one of a small number of types. In this article, we explain what those types are and how to recognize them. Once you’re able to correctly identify which type of Logic Game you’re dealing with, you’ll be able to draw on the stablished strategies for that game type.

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Tags: Law School Admissions

Which Law Schools Should You Apply To?

Posted by Mark Skoskiewicz on Thu, May 25, 2023 @ 09:09 AM

For many aspiring law students, the LSAT can be such a major hurdle that it blocks out almost every other dimension of the law school admissions process. But let’s say you’ve finally finished going through the process of studying for and taking the LSAT. You’re probably longing to sit back and relax, but there’s still a ways to go in your law school admissions journey.

One crucial next step will be officially deciding which law schools to apply to. With nearly 200 ABA-accredited law schools in the US alone, this is can be an extremely daunting and complex decision. That’s why we’ve prepared this article, which can serve as a primer to help you make the best decisions for yourself about which law schools you should apply to. 

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Tags: Law School Admissions

How to Get a Scholarship to Law School

Posted by Mark Skoskiewicz on Fri, May 19, 2023 @ 09:00 AM

Most students who apply to law school are driven by some combination of the desire to build a career where they can do meaningful work in the world, and the hope of being paid well in the process. However, as law schools become increasingly expensive, simply attending law school represents a major financial hurdle. Many law students leave law school with over $100,000 in debt, all to attain the degree that will allow them to start earning money as lawyers.

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Tags: LSAT Prep, Law School Admissions, Getting in to Law School

Taking the LSAT Remotely—What to Know and What to Consider

Posted by Mark Skoskiewicz on Thu, May 04, 2023 @ 09:15 AM

For decades, the LSAT has been one of the stablest and most consistent institutions in the landscape of higher education. The test’s structure, subject matter, and format have remained largely the same over that time. However, the COVID-19 pandemic forced even the LSAT to adapt.

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Tags: LSAT tutoring, LSAT tips

Is Hiring an LSAT Tutor Worth It?

Posted by Mark Skoskiewicz on Fri, Feb 24, 2023 @ 02:15 PM

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test used by law schools to evaluate the critical thinking, analytical reasoning, and logical reasoning skills of applicants. A high score on the LSAT can increase your chances of being accepted into a top law school, and many students wonder if hiring an LSAT tutor is worth the money. In this article, we will explore the pros and cons of hiring an LSAT tutor and provide some tips to help you make an informed decision.

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Tags: LSAT Test Prep, lsat logical reasoning, online LSAT tutoring, "LSAT-Flex"

LSAT  Logical Reasoning Strategy Review

Posted by Mark Skoskiewicz on Sat, Feb 04, 2023 @ 11:15 AM

One of the best ways to prepare for the LSAT, or any standardized test, is to do actual LSAT problems, review the correct answer, and analyze why you answered the way you did.

In the following article, we’re going to work through an LSAT logical reasoning problem using our virtual whiteboard tool to explain how to approach a real LSAT logical reasoning problem created by You can either read this article or watch this LSAT logical reasoning video on YouTube.

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How to Get the Most Out of Online LSAT Tutoring

Posted by Mark Skoskiewicz on Thu, Dec 22, 2022 @ 02:32 PM

If you’re thinking of applying to law school, then you’re probably aware that the biggest hurdle in your near future is getting the best possible score on the Law School Admission Test, or LSAT. The LSAT is the universal assessment for law school applicants in the United States and elsewhere, and it’s a major part of what law schools consider when they decide on your application.

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Tags: LSAT Test Prep, lsat logical reasoning, online LSAT tutoring, "LSAT-Flex"

How to Choose an LSAT Tutor: Five Tips

Posted by Mark Skoskiewicz on Fri, Feb 04, 2022 @ 10:40 AM

A competitive LSAT score increases your likelihood of being accepted into the best law schools, receiving generous scholarship offers, and snagging the most coveted jobs after graduating. Working with a tutor is one of the most surefire ways to improve your score, so hiring one is clearly a wise investment. Considering that there are no universal standards to which LSAT tutors must adhere, it’s your responsibility to make sure you hire someone who is sufficiently qualified. To aid you in your search, we’ve compiled five key tips.

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Tags: LSAT Test Prep

Should you hire an LSAT Tutor? Pros and Cons

Posted by Mark Skoskiewicz on Thu, Dec 23, 2021 @ 04:36 PM

Applying to Law Schools is a lengthy and intimidating process. In addition to requesting your academic transcript (not to mention earning that transcript in the first place), obtaining recommendation letters, and writing your personal statement, it is also necessary to prepare for the LSAT. In the eyes of most admissions officers, your performance on the LSAT serves as a strong indicator of your future performance as a student of the law. Learning how to get a high LSAT score therefore increases not only your likelihood of being accepted, but also of receiving a generous scholarship. With this in mind, the question of how much to invest in LSAT test prep deserves serious consideration. Ultimately you might be wondering, should you hire an LSAT tutor?

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Tags: LSAT Test Prep, LSAT study tips, LSAT tutoring, LSAT Prep, LSAT, online LSAT tutoring

How to Pick a Law School

Posted by Dan Lee, Solomon Admissions on Fri, Jun 25, 2021 @ 01:39 PM

So, you want to be a lawyer? Congratulations! Attending law school – and eventually practicing law – is a fantastic way to expand your strengths, enrich your academic life, engage in meaningful dialogues, connect with pressing, modern-day issues, and ignite your intellectual spark, all while working to change the future in a meaningful way. 

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Tags: LSAT Test Prep, Law School Admissions, Law School Personal Statement, Getting in to Law School, Choosing a law school