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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Do You Have to Take a Prep Class?


Absolutely not! This isn’t the 1980s.

There are many issues with in-class LSAT prep that emerging technologies have addressed: exorbitant prices, crapshoot instructor quality, limited access, set schedules, and teaching to the mean.

Lots of students choose to self-study with books due to the prohibitive cost and inflexibility of the in-class option, but the growing popularity of mobile apps for test prep has finally given students a “self-study” option that is superior to the in-class model.

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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