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How would you score on the LSAT? At Kaplan’s 10 Question Challenge, you’ll try 10 tough questions and learn 10 winning strategies from a Kaplan LSAT expert to help you succeed on Test Day.

This is a great opportunity to ask questions of an experienced LSAT instructor.


Planning for law school in 2010? Do you think law school is too far away to worry about right now? Think again!

The LSAT is administered four times per year: February, June, October, and December. If you wait until next October or December to take the LSAT, you’ll be studying for the LSAT, chasing down letters of recommendation, putting together financial aid information, writing personal statements, and doing whatever else you do in life—all at the same time. Eek!

However, if you take the February or June tests, you have not only a step up but also a cushion in case something happens (like coming down with a virus) on LSAT day. Prepare *now* to make your life easier next fall and to ensure that you have a great LSAT score behind you before embarking on the application process.

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Added by Kaplan on December 11, 2008