August 28, 2016 at 7:11 pm #2622laralaraParticipant
I am taking the LSAT in September this year, and I’m feeling fairly ready.
But I haven’t touched preparation for the writing section at all (!). Does anyone have any guidelines for what it should be like? I finished my undergraduate degree last year so I’ve lost the habit somewhat of academic writing.
Are there any suggestions for how to approach the writing component – timing, length, style, etc? I’ve searched on google to find samples of what a high-quality LSAT essay would be, but haven’t really found much.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
August 29, 2016 at 11:56 am #2631Mike KimKeymaster
Hi Lara —
Here’s a link to a great post about the writing section —
My suggestion, if you are nervous at all about it, is to practice once or twice before test day, and you should be all good to go — you definitely don’t want to waste too much time and energy thinking about/preparing for it —
Hope that helps and if you have any follow-up just let me know —
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