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Quick Tip: Don’t cram the day before your test! In the frantic run-up to the actual LSAT, people occasionally forget something basic—but important—about this test: it’s not something you can […]

Quick Tip: Think of Examples Part of what makes Reading Comprehension so difficult is that the language is often very abstract. One thing you can do to combat this is […]

Quick Tip: Reuse Your Question-Specific Game Boards! Some Logic Games questions add a new condition (e.g., “if F is included…”) and ask you to evaluate the remaining possibilities. But for […]

Quick Tip: Take 4 Sections When Practicing! Yes, it’s true, the LSAT does have only 3 scored sections: Logic Games, Logical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension. But, don’t forget that on […]

Before a Practice Test, Exercise! Thanks for reading 7Sage’s Newsletter! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work. And no, this does not mean you have to […]

Quick Tip: Don’t Shy Away from Wrong Answers! It can be disheartening to get questions wrong, especially if a PT yielded a lower-than-desired score. But too often students get caught up […]

Why Confidence Matters It’s no secret that studying for the LSAT can be a difficult and daunting process. This can be discouraging for students, but actively developing confidence can combat […]

Try Blue Light Glasses! Thanks for reading 7Sage’s Newsletter! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work. Taking a standardized test on the computer can be difficult […]

Quick Tip: Practice Passage Timing Students often find themselves accidentally spending too much time on reading the  passage in Reading Comprehension (RC). Usually, this isn’t intentional—rather, as one reads, time […]