8 Apps to Help you Conquer the LSAT

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Are you planning on going to law school? Are you stressed out about the LSAT? Don't worry--you're not alone, and Princeton Review has teamed up with Law Street Media to help. We have some app recommendations to keep you focused, on track, and ready to conquer the big test. Check out eight apps to help you master the LSAT in the slideshow below:

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Conquer Your To Do List

If you’re taking the LSAT, particularly if you’re balancing it with school, work, or just general life tasks, you’ll have a pretty hefty to do list. It’s going to be easier to tackle that to do list if you’re organized–so try out an app that’s designed to help. Some people swear by Evernote; others are obsessed with ToDoist. Here’s a whole list of recommendations to check out, so you can find out the best one for you.


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