Loading...

Course Description

The Road to Law School Begins with the LSAT

This course assists students with developing and applying critical reading methods, analytical skills, and diagramming techniques to aggressively tackle the multiple choice sections of the LSAT - Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension, as well as general writing advice concerning the required Writing Sample. The score range on the LSAT is just 120-180, making an increase of even a few points extremely important.

Learner Outcomes

  • Analyze each question type to help you assess your strengths and weaknesses
  • Evaluate questions with the instructor in an interactive format, focusing on particular problem areas and questions
  • Simulate and self-score a proctored mock exam under timed conditions enabling you to estimate your actual test score prior to the real exam
  • Practice on real tests actually administered as prior LSATs, the best material available for learning the skills essential to a successful score

Course Details

Number of Units: N/A

Who Should Attend: Students/graduates seeking to complete the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).

Course Format: Online and Classroom formats are both available.  Technical Requirements for online courses.

Required Course Materials: 10 Actual, Official LSAT Prep Tests Volume VI (ISBN-13: 978-0998339788) by Law School Admission Council and the Official LSAT SuperPrep II (ISBN-13: 978-0990718680) by Law School Admission Council.  These may be found at Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble.

Retake Course for 1 year – Students may retake the course for a one year period without paying additional tuition, please be aware that a $25 student processing fee is required for all course retakes and new course materials may need to be purchased.

Loading...
Thank you for your interest in this course. Unfortunately, the course you have selected is currently not open for enrollment. Please complete a Course Inquiry so that we may promptly notify you when enrollment opens.
Required fields are indicated by .