— LSAT PREParation (@LSATPreparation) May 5, 2013
Time is the currency of life. It is also the currency of the LSAT.
Your LSAT test score is NOT a reflection of whether you can answer LSAT questions. It’s a reflection of effectively you answer questions relative to other test takers. Most people can correctly answer most LSAT questions if they have enough time time. Most test takers do NOT have sufficient time to answer all LSAT questions in a meaningful way. That said, there is no penalty for putting the wrong answer on the LSAT. Make sure you select an answer to every question.