[This is an excerpt from our full course. Previous Lesson - Blind Review Part 3]

Check your answers

Now that your answers mean something, we can check them. This step is easy. You look at the answer sheet and you mark up your problem set or LSAT prep test. Remember to keep track of both sets of answers. You'll want to see how well you did the first time around under time pressure and how well you did without time pressure on Blind Review.

The pre-Blind Review answers you chose are the ones that indicate your performance under timed pressure. The Blind Review answers indicate your room for improvement.

I highly recommend using the 7Sage LSAT Grader to score and track your LSAT PrepTests.  It lets you enter your actual AND blind review answers.  Then it does all the work of tracking and analyzing your blind review for you!

Continue Reading - Blind Review Part 5

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