Comparing LSAT Preparation Methods: What the Data Say
Posted by Delina Tewolde in Law
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From time to time, the Law School Admission Council, the company that writes and administers the LSAT, gathers data and publishes reports on many different LSAT-related matters. One such matter is the different methods of preparation LSAT takers use.
In this week's post, we'll dive into and analyze data from the most recent LSAC report on test-takers' self-reported methods of test preparation, which covers the 2011-12 thru 2013-14 academic years. We'll walk through the relevant data, focusing on the following methods of preparation: official LSAC materials, non-LSAC books, commercial test preparation services, self-study and no preparation.
November 07, 2016, Delina Tewolde