Great class. The information, text and instructor were excellent. And most of all, very affordable! See you in LSAT Prep 2!
I thoroughly enjoyed this class & it was beneficial for study notes when I decide to retake the LSAT.
This course has boosted my score several points already in just 6 weeks! I am sure that after taking Prep Class II, I will be even more prepared for the LSAT.
Course Code: tp2
We'll start this course with a lesson that gives you a peek into what a career in law actually looks like and what your opportunities are. Then we'll go through an overview of the whole process and give you advice on how to maximize your chances of gaining acceptance to the school of your choice.
In this week’s lesson, we'll discuss what to expect from the exam questions. You'll discover the basics of reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning, and you'll get an overview of the writing sample. You’ll also learn some proven preparation and relaxation techniques.
This week, we'll continue where we left off by going over specific tips on how to approach LSAT question types, eliminate the wrong answers, and guess when you're not sure of the right answer. Then we’ll explore analytical reasoning questions, examining in detail what you should look for when tackling these questions.
The analytical reasoning question comes in two main types: spatial order and group membership. In today's lesson, you'll find out all about each type, complete with examples. Then you’ll discover how to master LSAT group membership analytical reasoning questions, including the proper diagrams to draw and plenty of practice with detailed explanations.
Next, we’ll give you detailed instructions—with lots of practice—on how to deal with spatial order questions and which diagrams to draw. Then you’ll practice your skills on actual LSAT analytical reasoning questions that have appeared on past tests, and you’ll have the opportunity to discuss your efforts with your instructor and other classmates.
In this lesson, we'll go through a specific plan for making the most of your writing sample, so you can prove your ability to put your thoughts together in a cohesive and interesting essay. You'll read sample essays and then compose your own, share it for review, and provide commentary on your classmates’ essays.
Benjamin N. Gialloreto is currently Independent Counsel to the Philadelphia School District and is a partner in Gallagher & Rowan, PC. He has a bachelor’s degree in computer science, graduated from Loyola School of Law, and has been practicing law since 1990. He has been proctoring this LSAT preparation course since 1999 and also teaches our test prep courses for the GMAT, SAT, and ACT. He teaches online paralegal certificate courses for the Center for Legal Studies and has conducted civil rights seminars at the Philadelphia Police Academy.
10 More Actual, Official LSAT Prep Tests, (PrepTests 19 - 28), ISBN: 978-0-9793050-3-0, available from lsac.org and other bookstores.
We recommend that students take both of our LSAT courses, Part 1 and Part 2. This will prepare you to perform well on all three question types on the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning. We do recommend that you practice on actual LSAT exams, which can be purchased from the Law School Admission Council at www.lsac.org.
You will need access to the internet and a working email account. Your computer must be using Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer 9.0 or above, or Safari as your internet browser. You’ll also need Adobe Acrobat Reader (download here).
You will need the book 10 More Actual, Official LSAT Prep Tests (PrepTests 19-28), available from lsac.org and other bookstores.
There are plenty of books, tutors, and LSAT prep software out there that claim to teach you everything you need to know. However, the best way to prepare for the LSAT is through courses like those offered right here on ed2go.