Several years as a private test prep tutor led Suchi Rudra to begin writing for education-focused publications. She enjoys sharing her test-taking tips with students in search of firsthand information that can help them improve their test scores. Her articles have appeared in the SparkNotes Test Prep Tutor blog, the Educational Testing Service.s Open Notes blog and NextStepU.</p><p>Suchi.s background helping students prepare for both the SAT and ACT gives her deep insight into what students need to know at every stage of the testing cycle. This allows her to craft articles that will resonate with both students and their families. As a freelance writer, Suchi's work has also been featured in The New York Times, BBC Travel, Slate, Fodor's and The Guardian, among other publications. She holds a journalism degree from Indiana University, loves to slow travel and hails from the Midwest.

Whether you're planning to apply to law school this year or a few years down the road, it's always a good idea to learn as much as you can about the LSAT, which is a critical component of your law school application. To get the answers to some of the most commonly-asked questions about the exam, College Confidential spoke with LSAT expert Mike Spivey, partner at The Spivey Consulting Group.

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