Law Schools are accepting the GRE instead of the LSAT

Taking the GRE General Test for Law School Considering law school? Use your GRE General Test scores when applying to law school as many are now accepting or are considering accepting GRE General Test scores — saving you time and money from taking another admissions test. The GRE test is offered throughout the year and in more than 1,000 locations worldwide, […]

10 Important Changes to the SAT in 2016

A new version of the SAT was introduced in spring 2016, the first time the test has changed since 2005. There are 10 important changes that have been made to the SAT, per the official SAT website ( These changes will affect all high school students starting with the class of 2017. 1. On the […]

The 48 Most Important words on the LSAT

Here is a list of 28 words which appear most frequently in LSAT question stems and answer choices. It is followed by a list of the 20 words that are the most important words on the LSAT. Spotting these words and understanding their meaning and impact is often the difference between a correct answer and […]

How long should your LSAT Preparation Last?

How long should you spend preparing for the LSAT? The LSAT is designed so students can’t prepare for it. That is, it will not test your knowledge, it will test your ability to analyze and comprehend what you read in the test. As a result, people spend far less time preparing for the LSAT than […]

What is the ACT?

INTRODUCTION TO THE ACT The ACT Test is an exam designed to measure your achievement in the major academic areas typically covered in your high school classes. There are four multiple-choice tests—English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science—and an optional Writing Test. Keep in mind that the ACT isn’t an IQ test—it doesn’t measure your basic intelligence—it […]

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