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Your Key to Cracking the LSAT Logical Reasoning Section

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Alex Convery
April 29, 2020

LSAT logical reasoning: A lawyer with a clipboard, scales of justice, and a judge's gavel

Getting into law school is no easy task. In fact, for most students, it's an even more stressful process than getting into college. Your undergrad courses, your GPA, and your scores on the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) will all be considered.

The LSAT measures your ability to read critically, analyze arguments, and apply logical reasoning. It also includes a writing sample which does not contribute to your score. One of the simplest ways to improve your chance at law school acceptance is to master the LSAT, and this includes the two logical reasoning sections.

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Your ACT Tutor: A Guide to Finding The Perfect Match

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A student listens to an ACT tutor through her computer and takes notes

The ACT is an important standardized test reviewed by college admissions offices. Most high school students take the ACT in 11th grade, but that doesn’t mean they can’t start preparing early. In fact, studying for the ACT test in 10th grade can ensure that you (or your high schooler) are extremely familiar with the exam and know what to expect.

ACT tutoring can help increase your test scores and make you a stronger candidate when applying to college. But how do you find an ACT tutor who works for you? Here’s a look at what to expect from an ACT tutor — plus how to find the right one for you.

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What’s the Key to a Successful LSAT Writing Sample?

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Alex Convery
April 22, 2020

LSAT writing sample: A notebook with LSAT on the front cover

It's no secret that the law school admissions process can be a highly selective one. In fact, the most selective law schools in the country have acceptance rates that creep into the single digits. It doesn't come as a surprise, then, that many aspiring law students have questions about the application requirements.

One of the questions we hear most has to do with the LSAT writing sample. Just what is the LSAT writing sample and how can you ace it? Don't worry — we have all the answers you need.

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How to Study for the LSAT: Tips for Test Success

How to study for the LSAT: A smiling student in the library

The LSAT is the premier law school admission test. While an LSAT score is mandatory for admission to law school, there isn’t a dedicated study guide for anyone seeking to prepare for the test. This means that anyone studying for the LSAT needs to be motivated and driven to create their own plan for acing the LSAT exam, whether that means signing up for online tutoring or studying on your own.

Gathering the right information early on can ensure you have plenty of time to study. If you’re wondering how to study for the LSAT, here’s what you need to know to create a study schedule that works for you.

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How to Choose an Online Math Tutor

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In the sometimes hectic world of academia, it can be difficult to find the extra support you need. Whether you're trying to catch up on confusing concepts or get a head start on future work, it's important to find quality help to guide you. Scheduling conflicts, limitations on transportation, or simply not planning ahead can all make the search a little harder. This is why online math tutors are a great resource to get the most out of your tutoring experience.

Still, finding an online math tutor and finding the right online math tutor for you are two very different things. In order to get what you need out of the experience, you'll want to find just the right match. How do you do it? Let's take a closer look.

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