## LSAT PrepTest 55: Section 3, Question 25 Explanation

This post is part of an ongoing series of question explanations for the LSAT. In this post, I explain LSAT PrepTest 54, Section 2, Question 2. If you are looking for a copy of PrepTest 54, check out my post on where

## Is 0L Prep Worth It?

Preparing the summer before law school is highly controversial among pre-law students. Many argue that it’s unnecessary or even harmful. The argument is that you’ll learn everything you need to know in law school and that there’s no need to

## How to be in the Top 5% in Your First Semester of Law School

The first semester of 1L year is hard. It’s full of long readings, interrogations in class, writing assignments, and high expectations. And after each class, you get to take a final that points out just how little you know. Law

## The Most Frustrating Logic Game Ever

No matter how difficult the logic games were when you took the LSAT, at least none of them were quite like this. If your curious, the answers are: C E D A D

## The Basics of an LSAT Sequencing Logic Game

The LSAT sequencing games require you to arrange variables. In order to demonstrate how to notate and diagram these games, let’s take a look at a basic sequencing logic game.  A PDF version of the logic game can be found

## How to Approach the LSAT Logic Games

Each logic game is different, but your general approach to each game should be the same. Work through each of the following steps calmly and methodically. Get a Sense of the Game The first step with any logic game is

## A Review of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests

10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests is a compilation of former LSATs that students took in the early 1990s. The book includes PrepTests 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 18. In other words, these are real LSATs

## How to Find Good Law School Outlines

Few things are more helpful in a law school class than a good outline. Good outlines can bail you out of a difficult cold call, speed up your casebook reading, and improve your exam preparation. And by “good outline” I mean

## LSAT PrepTest 54: Section 2, Question 2 Explanation

This post is part of an ongoing series of question explanations for the LSAT. In this post, I explain LSAT PrepTest 54, Section 2, Question 2. If you are looking for a copy of PrepTest 54, check out my post

## What is Circular Reasoning?

Circular reasoning comes up every so often on the LSAT, mostly in the answer choices for flaw questions. An argument with circular reasoning uses the conclusion of the argument to support the reasoning of the argument, which is then used