The LSAT Goes Digital

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  Ready to take the LSAT online? Last year, The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) announced that starting with the September 21, 2019 test date, the LSAT would be fully digital. Candidates now take the LSAT on Microsoft Surface Go tablets provided by testing centers. As part of the transition to digital testing, half of all… Read more »

GRE TEST: Time Saving Tips To Help You Prepare

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  GRE Test:  We have you covered!   As you prepare for the GRE Test, you will see how tightly timed it is. For even the fastest test-taker, it can be difficult to finish all of the questions in the time allotted. Here are three tips we use at Marks Education to help students raise their GRE… Read more »

Three LSAT Tips to Give You An Edge on Test Day

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Succeeding on the LSAT is a matter of smart preparation, requiring not just time but also strategic thinking. Check out these tips on when and how to take the LSAT to raise your score, and take heart: as you hone your active reading and analytical skills, you will be preparing to succeed both on your… Read more »

The New ACT Essay: What You Should Know

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Students taking the ACT this fall could be in for a surprise. For the previous few years, the essay on the ACT remained predictable and straightforward – students simply answered an open-ended question in 30 minutes. The old format has been retired, and students taking the September ACT were the first group of official test… Read more »

Three LSAT Myths Debunked

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Each year, over 100,000 people take the LSAT, the only major standardized test with two Logical Reasoning sections. Despite the test’s emphasis on logic, and its target population of budding legal minds, aspiring law students circulate a number of questionable theories and myths about how the test works. Let’s examine three common fallacies about the… Read more »