Part of what makes the LSAT so difficult is the short time given to answer its questions. This advice can help you work with the clock, instead of against it.
President of Next Step Test Preparation and an LSAT teacher since 2006
John is founder and president of Next Step Test Preparation. He has taught the LSAT for over 8 years, working with over 1,000 students in classroom, online, and one-on-one environments. He has hired and trained over 100 LSAT instructors and edited 3 books on the LSAT.