A thesis statement describes the main idea behind your topic or argument. It summarizes your paper and provides readers with information about where you stand on the topic.
An essay is only as good as its thesis statement. As hyperbolic as this may sound, it’s not far from the truth. Without a strong thesis statement to go with your essay, your argument won’t have much substance.Read More
Le passé composé is a French verb conjugation, and the most common of the three ways to express the French past tense.
Le passé composé is the easiest and most English speaker-friendly French past tense conjugation, used for describing events that took place completely in the past, instead of events in the past that are currently ongoing.Read More
There’s good news and bad news about LSAT Writing.
The good news: LSAT test-takers (probably you or soon to be you) no longer must complete a writing sample shortly after 5 LSAT multiple choice sections. The bad news: a higher standard of writing will likely be expected. Read on to learn more.Read More
If your goal is to improve your writing, grammar is the best place to begin.
Whether it’s excessive passive voice use, subject-verb agreement issues, or confusing one word for another, these grammar mistakes can take your writing from an A to a D.Read More
Do you really know the difference between the SAT and ACT tests? Really?
"What is the purpose of the SAT and ACT? How are they alike—and how are they different? Which one should I take?" If you've asked those questions, read on to learn which test is right for you.Read More
French has multiple future tenses, and like in English, they’re used when referring to events that haven’t yet occurred.
Let’s talk about the future! There are three main ways to express the future tense in French: futur proche, futur simple, and futur anterieur. Each one has different rules and purposes.Read More
Roughly defined as the ability to think critically about carefully crafted text and then fulfill a specifically stated task, Logical Reasoning is a law school requirement and will be one of the defining features of your job as a lawyer.
Every LSAT PrepTest™ since the dawn of man has included 2 Logical Reasoning sections. LR accounts for half of the LSAT’s scored sections and is given top priority on the test.Read More
Python is one of the most-loved programming languages by developers, data scientists, and engineers because of its versatility.
So you want to learn Python. Great choice! Even if you have a book or course in mind to help get you started, you may be wondering about the path ahead. Start with learning the ins-and-outs - the b...Read More