Articles published in June 2016

The June 2016 LSAT was just released. We’re reviewing it for free on Facebook Live.

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - Reviewing the June 2016 LSAT on Facebook LiveThe June 2016 LSAT test was just released. If you took the test, you’ll likely want to review it. If you didn’t take the test, you should consider using it as a valuable study resource. Want a free, interactive analysis of the test from two of the top instructors in LSAT prep? Read more

#MovieFailMondays: Independence Day – Part 2 (Or, How Movies Can Teach You About Logical Fallacies and Help You Ace the LSAT)

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - Independence Day (Part 2) by Matt Shinners

Each week, we analyze a movie that illustrates a logical fallacy you’ll find on the LSAT. Who said Netflix can’t help you study? 🎥📖


Did you know that you can attend the first session of any of our online or in-person LSAT courses absolutely free? We’re not kidding! Check out our upcoming courses here.


Yes, yes, we’ve done Independence Day before. But we’re doing it again because: Read more

The LSAT Study Style Master Guide

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - What's Your LSAT Study Style? by Allison BellLearning science has come a long way in recent years, and we’ve been learning with it. We incorporate the latest discoveries in learning science into our LSAT course to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of your prep. Want to see? Try the first session of any of our upcoming courses for free.


Does the thought of another night home alone falling asleep over your LSAT book make you want to just toss it in the fire? Are you having nightmares at the thought of explaining your thinking in front of your LSAT class? LSAT preparation can be daunting for anyone. But tailoring your study plan to your learning preferences can make a heavy diet of LSAT a bit more digestible. Here are a few suggestions for some common learning profiles: Read more

Doing Lots of Questions Doesn’t Make You Better at the LSAT – This Does

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - Doings Lots of Questions Doesn't Make You Better at the LSAT - This Does by Matt ShinnersLearning science has come a long way in recent years, and we’ve been learning with it. We incorporate the latest discoveries in learning science into our LSAT course to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of your prep. Want to see? Try the first session of any of our upcoming courses for free.


Let’s say you wanted to learn physics.

Stop laughing – it’s a hypothetical. Read more

#MovieFailMondays: John Wick (Or, How Movies Can Teach You About Logical Fallacies and Help You Ace the LSAT)

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - #MovieFailMondays: John Wick by Matt Shinners

Each week, we analyze a movie that illustrates a logical fallacy you’ll find on the LSAT. Who said Netflix can’t help you study? 🎥📖


Did you know that you can attend the first session of any of our online or in-person LSAT courses absolutely free? We’re not kidding! Check out our upcoming courses here.


What do you do when Theon Greyjoy kills your dog? If you’re John Wick, you go on a murderous rampage that takes out most of the Russian mob and Adianne Palicki. Collateral damage.

John Wick tells the tale of a hitman who made it out. But, just when he thought he was out, they pulled him back in. Read more

You Just Took the June LSAT. Should You Cancel Your Score?

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - You just took the June LSAT. Should You Cancel Your Score? by Matt ShinnersLearning science has come a long way in recent years, and we’ve been learning with it. We incorporate the latest discoveries in learning science into our LSAT course to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of your prep. Want to see? Try the first session of any of our upcoming courses for free.


The June 2016 LSAT is now in the past.

Kind of. Read more

I’m in Love with the June 2007 LSAT and I Need to Tell You All About It! – Part 4

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - I'm in Love with the June 2007 LSAT and I Need to Tell You All About It! - Part 4 by Chris GentryThis is a continuation of a series of posts exploring the June 2007 LSAT in detail. My goal is to demonstrate where hidden opportunities lie; then, using these analyses as a template, you can find those hidden opportunities in other practice tests. And, of course, find them on test day! Why the June 2007 LSAT? Because this is the LSAT all potential test takers can freely access; this is where most test takers probably begin their prep. And I want to give you some help from the ground up, so to speak!


So, last time we discussed the idea of speeding up your read of the passage, and applied that to the first passage in the June 2007 LSAT. Today, let’s take a look at the questions.

Last time, we were focused on speed. Today, our central question is: Read more