The LSAT is a really hard test – even for native English-speakers. Can you imagine taking it in a foreign language? Students who learn English as their second language (ESL) face a unique set of challenges, confronting dense reading passages, with subtle nuances in language, and time limits that can hinder performance. If you’re looking to achieve a high LSAT score, and English isn’t your first language, hear what the LSAT test prep experts, and an ESL LSAT student, say can help you prepare for the test.
- Noah Teitelbaum, Manhattan LSAT, Executive Director, Academics
- Steve Schwartz, LSAT Tutor, Editor LSAT Blog
- Milena Jurca, LSAT student, English as a Second Language (ESL)