Should I take the LSAT more than once?

This week’s program sheds light on the law school admission myth of taking the LSAT more than once. Many students believe that, if they take the LSAT more than once, law schools will average their LSAT scores, potentially putting them at a numerical disadvantage with single-LSAT applicants. However, many students are not aware of a 2006 American Bar Association policy requiring schools to only report the highest LSAT score for their admitted students. This ABA policy drastically changed the way many schools handle multiple LSAT scores, and allowed students greater flexibility when taking the test.

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LSAT Self Study

This week’s podcast goes over self-study options for the LSAT. We hear from the Director of Pre Law Programs for Kaplan, Jeff Thomas, the Chief Executive Officer for PowerScore, Dave Killoran, and Laura Alliman, a first year law student at the University of Tennessee and an LSAT “self-studier.”

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Getting to Know the LSAT

This week’s podcast covers the basics of the LSAT. We spoke with Linda Ashar, author of 101 Ways to Score Higher on Your LSAT; Jon Denning, Development Director for PowerScore; and Andrew Brody, Princeton Review’s National Content Director for LSAT Programs. In the program we take a look at some particulars of the test, including: when the exam is offered; the section break-down and timing of each section; and the content of the six sections (analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, reading comprehensive and an experimental section).

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Should I take the LSAT more than once?

This week’s program sheds light on the law school admission myth of taking the LSAT more than once. Many students believe that if they take the LSAT more than once, law schools will average their LSAT scores, potentially putting them at a numerical disadvantage with single-LSAT applicants. However, many students are not aware of a 2006 American Bar Association policy requiring schools to only report the highest LSAT score for their admitted students. This ABA policy drastically changed the way many schools handle multiple LSAT scores, and allowed students greater flexibility when taking the test.

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LSAT Accommodations

This week's podcast discusses testing accommodations for the LSAT. Our guests today are Dr. Stephen Mouton, a clinical psychologist and owner of PrivateTesting.com; Dr. Karl Wagner, president of Powell & Wagner Associates, a private consulting psychology practice in Cambridge, Mass.; and Kevin Fritz, a 1L student at Washington University School of Law in Saint Louis who needed LSAT test accommodations when taking the LSAT. We reached out to Law School Admissions Council (LSAT), who creates and administers the LSAT, requesting comment for this piece, but they declined to comment.

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Should you take the February LSAT?

This week's podcast discusses the February LSAT test date. In addition to the February administration, students can take the test at three other times during the year: June, September/October, and December. Our guests today discuss the stigma placed on the February administration, and who should consider taking this test.

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LSAT Scoring Scale

This week's podcast discusses the LSAT scoring scale. We'll hear from experts Dave Killoran, CEO of PowerScore Test Preparation; Andrew Brody, Vice President of Content Development at The Princeton Review; and Glen Stohr, Senior Manager of Product Development for the LSAT with Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions .

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Should you self-study for the LSAT?

This week’s podcast goes over self-study options for the LSAT. We hear from the Director of Pre Law Programs for Kaplan, Jeff Thomas, the Chief Executive Officer for PowerScore, Dave Killoran, and Laura Alliman, a first year law student at the University of Tennessee and an LSAT “self-studier.”

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How to Approach the LSAT Logic Games

This week’s podcast discusses the logic games section of the LSAT.  On the program we have Dave Killoran, CEO of PowerScore Test Preparation, and author of the Logic Games Bible and PowerScore’s LSAT courses; Jeff Thomas, Director of Pre-Law Programs for Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions; and Andrew Brody, National Content Director of LSAT Programs for The Princeton Review.

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