LSAT Preparation - Part 2

LSAT Preparation - Part 2
Instructor-Led Course
Hours: 24
Duration of Access: 6 weeks
Start Dates: Dec 10, Jan 21, Feb 18, Mar 18
1,901 Students
have taken this course.

About This Course

Taking both part 1 and part 2 of this course will prepare you to perform well on all three question types on the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning. We recommend that you practice on actual LSAT exams, which can be purchased from Law School Admission Council at www.lsac.org. You will also learn test-taking techniques developed by The Center for Legal Studies and taught to thousands of prelaw students around the world. LSAT Preparation - Part 2 provides an intensive review of reading comprehension and logical reasoning questions, including techniques for quick elimination of incorrect answers, explanations and interpretations of correct answers, and proven approaches for selecting the correct answers.

About The Instructor

Benjamin Gialloreto

Benjamin N. Gialloreto graduated from Drexel University (BS, Computer Science) and Loyola (New Orleans) School of Law.  He has been practicing law since 1990 and is a former Deputy City Solicitor for the City of Philadelphia Major Trials and Civil Rights Units.  He is currently Independent Counsel to the School Reform Commission in the Philadelphia School District and is a partner in the Philadelphia-based law firm Gallagher & Rowan, P.C.  

Professor Gialloreto has been proctoring this LSAT preparation course since 1999.  He also teaches online Paralegal Certificate courses for the Center for Legal Studies in Golden, Colorado.  He conducted Civil Rights Seminars at the Philadelphia Police Academy and Philadelphia Prison Academy as part of recruit training and annual education for Police and Prison Supervisors. Finally, Professor Gialloreto proctors our test prep course for the GMAT, SAT, and ACT, and has assisted with the GRE test prep courses.


Review

I have had 3 courses for learning how to score well on the LSAT (Kaplan, Princeton, Law School Admissions Council). Lesson 5 of this course has shown me that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. The instructor makes it clear and not overwhelming. At the end of the other courses, I still felt nervous about taking the LSAT. After both of these courses, I feel sure that I will be ready.

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