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The Quickest Explanation of the LSAT

The Quickest Explanation of the LSAT

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The Quickest Explanation of the LSAT

The LSAT, or the Law School Application Test, is utilized as a part of the admissions process for law school. The test is offered four times a year at various locations. Students may take the test as many times as they wish, but every score will be reported to schools at which they apply. However, students that believe they have done poorly may cancel their test score if they do so within six days of the test, before the score has been reported. Students can take practice tests or classes to increase the likelihood that they will do well on the LSAT. 

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