December LSAT is finally around the corner. In less than two weeks on December 5, scores of test takers will take the LSAT in the hope of gaining admission in their dream law schools. Are you taking the December LSAT? What should you do in the remaining time?
If you are a retaker, the great thing is that you would be already familiar with the exam. For you guys, the big target should be to increase your LSAT score by a few points atleast. After all, that is why you are taking the December LSAT and getting in late to the admissions cycle. You need to assess the mistakes you made in the earlier takes and work on these weaknesses to give yourself the best chance of improving the score.
However, if you are unsure of your performance on the December LSAT and have bagged a decent score in one of the earlier LSATs, consider applying through these score. You do not want to miss out on the advantage of applying early in the admissions cycle just in the hope of a couple of extra points.
If you are taking the LSAT for the first time, make sure that you have taken a lot of timed practice tests. Use the insights from these practice tests to identify your strengths and weaknesses. Also, do not forget taking informed guesses on the day of the exam. Remember that LSAT does not penalize wrong answers. You have to have to try to complete all questions. Also, do not forget reading our last minute tips for the LSAT.
Practice tests should be a key strategy for seasoned test takers as well. We know that it can be a little boring going through the drill again. But trust us, it will be worth it. Nothing beats the confidence of going into the exam with good scores on timed practice tests. It will be the best thing you can do in the coming days.
Go ahead and give it your best shot guys! Head over to the discussion groups if you have difficulties regarding any topic.
All the best!