This post was written by Laura Damone, a Manhattan Prep LSAT instructor.
By now, you’ve probably heard the news: Like everything else in the world, the LSAT is going digital. Read more
We should have known it could happen to LSAT. If it can happen to music and movies and photographs and phones and, yes, even to wristwatches, then it can happen to the test:
The LSAT is going from analog to digital. Read more