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LSAC Recommends Simulating Test Day Conditions on Practice Tests
According to the LSAC Sample Questions With Explanations, LSAC recommends:

“At a minimum, you should review the descriptions of the question types (below) and simulate the day of the test by taking, under actual time constraints, a practice test that includes a writing sample. Taking a practice test under timed conditions helps you to estimate the amount of time you can afford to spend on each question in a section and to determine the question types for which you may need additional practice.”

Use the SimuGator LSAT Proctor DVD to Easily Simulate Test Day on Every Practice LSAT
SimuGator LSAT Proctor DVD is a complete video simulation of the LSAT shot from the perspective of a test taker. Its purpose is to enable students to easily time themselves on practice LSAT PrepTests while building immunity to the distractions that they will face on test day.

This ability to take LSAT PrepTests under actual conditions results in greater concentration, decreased anxiety, and an overall stronger performance on the real LSAT.

Specifically, the SimuGator LSAT Proctor DVD allows you to:

  • Accurately and easily time your LSAT PrepTests through your own personal LSAT proctor who tells you when to start, when there are five minutes remaining, and when to stop each section.
  • Decrease LSAT test anxiety by practicing under actual conditions because you will know exactly what to expect on test day
  • Increase concentration by turning on Distractions Mode which reproduces distractions that you will face on test day.
  • Stay focused, disciplined, and motivated because the sections move along just like the real LSAT, which eliminates any temptation to take breaks between sections.
  • Become comfortable with pacing yourself using your analog wrist-watch.

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  • Samurai

    no mechanical pencils? really, lsac? 8 dixon ticonderogas in a ziplock back along with the limited things we’re allowed to bring lsats… I swear LSAC tells almost every School ur taking the LSATs. My email Box is Full with Good Luck on the LSATs messages from Schools.

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  • Applicant

    When should I start to prep/take the LSAT if I am planning to go in fall of 2011? What score will I need?

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