It’s impossible to write a post like this without it sounding like a car commercial, but here goes:
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The LSAT we have teed up for your best hack is the June 2007 exam. After you provide your answers, our innovative scoring analytics will not only tell you how well you performed but will pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses so that you can tailor your LSAT prep to fit your needs. And every question on the LSAT comes with a free video explanation — each of which was designed by our team of artists and animators and narrated by company co-founders Trent Teti and Matt Riley. Take a gander at the free practice LSAT page.
Don’t forget to also check out the free LSAT help articles. The LSAT Basics section of our free LSAT help area covers (among other things) LSAT scores, LSAT dates, and what is on the LSAT. The Advanced LSAT section tackles more complex issues like the LSAT curve, changes to LSAT reading comprehension, and the myth that some LSATs are easier than others. The Law School Admissions section discusses important pre-law topics like the importance of LSAT scores, tips for acquiring the best law school letters of recommendation, and when’s the best time to apply. Finally, the Law School and Beyond section fills you in on the importance of first-year law school grades, the truth about transferring law schools, and the tenacity of law students.
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