Eggs a la LSAT: Part 1 of 2
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www.acethelsat.com Mike Barrett explains why practicing for the LSAT is like cooking eggs once you know how to cook an egg, you can cook any egg in the world without practice. Similarly, because the questions on the LSAT are always basically the same, once you learn how to do them the right way, endless practice is a waste of time. This is why common LSAT prep that recommends going over thousands of practice questions will never increase your score on the test. Part 1 of 2.