Episode 35: June 2015 LSAT Anomalies, Proctor Mistakes and Difficulty Level

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 anomalies 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.


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