The LSAT is not an exam that tests knowledge of facts or that requires memorization – the few thing you should know for the LSAT are contained in this guide.
The LSAT also is not an exam that tests understanding of complex or sophisticated concepts – the underlying concepts tested by the LSAT are fairly straightforward.
The LSAT is an exam that tests ability to apply fundamental concepts quickly and consistently – the LSAT tests this by asking a lot of questions in a short amount of time.
Learning how to do well on the LSAT is a gradual process that takes time and practice.
Considering what kind of test the LSAT is, you do not want to spend much time reading books and memorizing facts – there are better ways to spend your time preparing for the LSAT.
Once you grasp the main ideas and concepts, you should start taking practice tests
Articulating your thoughts is a great way to better understand them.
Private tutoring and studying with others will help you.
Reading this guide and completing the exercises may seem unnecessary at first.