Ashley Heidemann, Founder of JD Advising, offered some valuable perspective on the LSAT in a recent article for the National Jurist’s preLaw magazine.
“Here is a list of things the LSAT will test: Your logical reasoning, analytical reasoning, and reading comprehension. Here are some things the LSAT does not test: Your self-worth, your intelligence, or how good a lawyer you’ll be.”
To read Ashley’s tips for dealing with LSAT-induced stress, see Anxiety.
JD Advising, Inc., is a law school and bar exam prep company based in Michigan.