In this week’s podcast, we talk about the June 2015 LSAT and answer a listener’s question about when and how he should study for the LSAT. Here’s a look at the topics we cover:
- June 2015 LSAT anomolies and test center mistakes, including proctors forgetting to give 5-minute warnings and one that gave the warning too soon; a test that started one hour late because students were still registering; and a proctor that gave an extra two minutes to complete a Reading Comprehension section.
- The difficulty level of the June 2015 LSAT, especially with respect to the Logic Games sections.
- Should you cancel your LSAT score if you think you preformed poorly?
- Listener Kyle asks when he should start studying for the LSAT and what materials he should use.
Take a listen and let us know what you think.