# 7SAGE BLOG

## Posts by J.Y. Ping

It’s frustrating and disorienting not to know how the Flex test will be scored. The LSAT is stressful enough without worrying about a new format. But, the truth is, you’ve […]

On today’s episode David Busis, Partner at 7Sage Admissions Consulting, speaks with Rob Schwartz, Assistant Dean of Admissions at UCLA School of Law.

On today’s episode, J.Y. speaks with Allison Sanford who is a 3L at Harvard Law School. Allison talks about her summer experiences at public interest law firms, the financial realities […]

On today’s episode, J.Y. speaks with Glen, LSATcantwin, who scored a 171 on the LSAT and is now a 1L.

On today’s episode, J.Y. speaks with Riley, AllezAllez21. In eight short months, Riley improved his diagnostic LSAT score of 160 to a 177. They speak about Riley’s background in debate […]

On today’s episode, J.Y. speaks with 7Sager AccountsPlayable, David, who scored a 174 on his LSAT. David is currently a 1L at Harvard Law School but gaining admissions was not […]

In today’s episode, J.Y. speaks with 7Sager Josh, Can’t Get Right, who improved his LSAT score from a 152 diagnostic to a 176. Josh studied for the LSAT for over […]

Usually, when you take an LSAT, you will get your score report back along with the entire test you took. That means you’ll get to see not only your LSAT […]

What is the “experimental” section? The LSAT is composed of five multiple choice sections, but only four are scored. Those four sections include two Logical Reasoning (LR) sections, one Logic […]

I’ll answer with something cryptic, which the rest of this lesson will further explain: you’re making a bad assumption.  You’re assuming that you will actually get everything you answer correct, […]