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  • 12 hrs LSAT 1-to-1
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  • LSAT Self-Paced Course
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Study Materials:

  • 2 LSAT Prep eBooks*
  • 80 full-length practice tests
  • 140+ hours of online instruction and practice

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2790 €

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  • 20 hrs LSAT 1-to-1
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  • LSAT Self-Paced Course
  • .. … .. …….. …. ……….. ….. ..

Study Materials:

  • 2 LSAT Prep eBooks*
  • 80 full-length practice tests
  • 140+ hours of online instruction and practice

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1-to-1 – 30 hours

3999 €

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Private Tutoring includes:

  • 30 hrs LSAT 1-to-1
  • 30 hrs of elective live instruction on The LSAT Channel
  • LSAT Self-Paced Course
  • .. … .. …….. …. ……….. ….. ..

Study Materials:

  • 2 LSAT Prep eBooks*
  • 80 full-length practice tests
  • 140+ hours of online instruction and practice

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LSAT: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What kind of questions are on the LSAT?2020-01-14T16:16:57+01:00

There are three multiple-choice question types in the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning, also known as “logic games.” LSAT questions measure your ability to read and understand complex texts, your ability to draw reasonable inferences, and your ability to evaluate arguments. You don’t need any prior knowledge for the LSAT, but you will need to think critically under time constraints.

How long to study for LSAT?2020-01-14T16:16:05+01:00

How long you’ll spend studying for the LSAT depends on where you start, what your target score is, and what your schedule is. Because the LSAT is a skills-based test, you’ll want to prep over several weeks or months so you can learn how to apply LSAT strategies efficiently. Practice with real, released LSATs like the ones in your Kaplan course to practice until you are consistently reaching your goal score.

 

When to take the LSAT?2020-01-14T16:15:11+01:00

When you take the LSAT depends on when you’ll be applying to law school. As a general rule, you’ll want to take it no later than the January administration. For example, if you plan on attending law school in September, you’ll want to take the LSAT no later than January of the same year so your application is on time for most schools’ deadlines. Depending on your schedule and when you’ll have time to study, you may want to test over the summer in June or July of the year before your intended start of law school.

How hard is the LSAT?2020-01-14T16:20:00+01:00

The answer to “how hard is the LSAT?” is “it depends”. The LSAT is unlike any exam you may have encountered in your undergraduate career. LSAT questions ask you to use your critical reading and thinking skills, as well as formal logic. At its core, the LSAT is a skills-based test, which means that you can learn and practice efficient strategies to answer every question you’ll see on test day.

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