You vs. the LSAT. Leave no room for appeal.
The key to success on the LSAT is to train your mind to be LSAT-ready. Only The Princeton Review teaches using the exclusive Think Like a Lawyer™ methodology. With this course, you'll learn how to deconstruct the LSAT's complex arguments, break down logic games and analyze reading comprehension passages using the reasoning power of a lawyer.
We'll show you problem-solving and time-management techniques designed to help you become a better test taker and significantly improve your score.
Benefit from the discipline and accountability of the traditional classroom experience, while learning and interacting with your peers.
You'll work on your test-taking skills with a knowledgeable instructor who will keep you motivated, focused and on task.
Your teacher will provide feedback and illustrate challenging material with interesting and highly effective lessons.
You'll prepare alongside other students in a dynamic group with lively discussions and collaborative drills.
- Powerful strategies for tackling each section of the exam
• Key tactics for cracking tough Games question sets
• Tips for pacing yourself and prioritizing challenging questions
- Logical and Analytical Reasoning questions, many based on actual exams.
• Expert instruction and lessons for each LSAT section
- 30 hours of live instruction covering all content and strategies
- 2 proctored, full-length, proctored LSATs to practice your pacing skills
- 4 additional full-length LSAT practice exams online
- Access to additional LSAT questions so you can apply the strategies you learn in class
- Access to YOUR instructor outside of class (in person, by phone or via email) to go over difficult problems, review homework, ask questions
- Video tutorials with expert advice from leading course instructors
- Multi-week study plan guides
- Law school profiles, admission guides, and essay tips
- Special "LSAT Insider" bonus section packed with information about the admissions landscape, legal job market, law school rankings and ratings, and more
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*Oakland University reserves the right to cancel courses due to low enrollment. To allow maximum enrollment, you will be notified of course cancellation 24 hours before the course start date via your home email or phone on record.