Recent UC Berkeley Neuroscience Study Shows Intense LSAT Prep Can Alter Brain Structure
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As we at SimuGator have advocated since our inception, intense, repetitive practice of the LSAT (as well as with any standardized test including the SAT) can lead to a significant improvement in overall exam score. The LSAT Proctor DVD and SAT Proctor DVD were both created to enhance the test taker’s ability to practice for these exams using simulated test environments.
What we have been advocating for over 5 years is now gaining some intriguing scientific support. According to a recent University of California, Berkeley Study conducted by UC Berkeley’s Dept. of Psychology and Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute:
Intensive preparation for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) actually changes the microscopic structure of the brain, physically bolstering the connections between areas of the brain important for reasoning.
To read the full article on the study, see the link below:
This is just additional evidence for why both studying the material and practicing the practice exams and preptests are so important to improved performance on the LSAT as well as for any standardized test. At SimuGator, we strive to provide products that assist test takers in attaining their best scores. For more information on SimuGator products, please visit the following links: