Welcome to LSAT Hacks. I’m Graeme, the creator of this site. I scored a 177 on the LSAT. This page is about how to study for the LSAT.
Below you’ll find a checklist for LSAT prep; it lists the best resources on my site. Bookmark this page; there’s a lot of stuff in the links below. Good luck!
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Step 1: Get Preptests and a Guide or a Course
Get LSAT Prep Plus, which has 74 preptests from LSAC.
Step 2: LSAT Study Tools
I’ve made a lot of study tools for LSAT Hacks. You should definitely sign up for the email LSAT Course; in it I go into detail about how to study for each section. Use the free explanations when you’re reviewing LSAT preptsets.
Once you start studying, the LSAT logical reasoning question types page has lists of thousands of LSAT questions arranged by type. You can use these to drill LSAT question types to mastery.
Step 3: Learn how to do each section
I wrote a major series of articles on every section of the LSAT. They’re titled “how to go faster”, because that’s what everyone asked me about, but really they’re about how to do better on those sections.
- How to go faster at the LSAT
- How to go faster at reading comprehension
- How to go faster at logic games
- How to go faster at logical reasoning
If you’re having trouble with logic games, there are two more things you can use:
You can also get free webinars for RC and LR below, as well as an overview of how to study for the LSAT if you have a few months until test day. Find all the LSAT Webinars here: https://lsathacks.com/webinars/
Step 4: Get Updates
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