Studying for the LSAT: Myths vs. Facts

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The next Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is scheduled for September 24, 2016. Studying for the LSAT can be challenging, and there’s a lot of misinformation out there. So, Law Street has teamed up with TestMax, the creator of leading test prep apps LSATMax and BarMax to debunk some common LSAT myths. Check them out in the slideshow below:

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You Can’t Study for the LSAT: True or False?

The LSAT is a test that measures things like logic, analytical reasoning, and reading comprehension. So, you might be wondering: is it even possible to study for the LSAT?

Yes! The idea that there’s nothing you can do to study for the LSAT is a total myth.


It’s definitely a difficult test, but all of the material is learnable through practice and repetition. LSATMax’s founder, for example, started in the 140s but ended up with a 174 and a Harvard Law degree.

The problem isn’t the LSAT, but rather the myriad of subpar prep tools and strategies. So make sure you use something with a proven track record of success–like LSATMax, the app that gives you lifetime access to a comprehensive LSAT course on your phone, tablet and/or computer, so you can prep anywhere.

LSATMax by TestMax is the top-rated comprehensive LSAT prep course available in the App Store, Google Play Store, and Amazon App Store, with online options also available. TestMax is a partner of Law Street Creative. The opinions expressed in this author’s articles do not necessarily reflect the views of Law Street.



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