The single most important thing you can do to improve your LSAT score is to take real, full length, timed LSAT Prep Tests.

In a previous post, I told you about the biggest mistake that everyone makes: underestimating how hard the LSAT is.

Now it’s time to take your very first LSAT Prep Tests. Download the June 2007 LSAT from your course.  If you don't have a course yet, click here for a free trial.

Take it using our LSAT Proctor, or if you have an iPhone/iPad, use the LSAT Proctor App

Enter your answers and then score your lsat. This will help you analyze your strengths and weakness and know what you should focus on for maximum results.

With a free or paid account you can watch the video explanations for every single question on that test. Understanding every question you got wrong or weren't sure about is vital to improving your score.

The more LSAT Prep Tests you take, the better your score will be.