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Whether you’re trying to improve your logic games LSAT section, or trying to understand the LSAT reading passages and logical reasoning portions, we’re here to help you.

Our custom LSAT private tutoring will improve your scores while giving you the tools to get into top law schools. Your LSAT plan and one-on-one tutor will cover any of your strengths and weaknesses, eventually raising your LSAT score between 5 to 15 points on average.  You can increase your score on the law school admission test, and we’ll show you how.

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You can improve your score and beat the logic games and logical reasoning section of the LSAT: start by preparing with TTP's LSAT tutors. Marcus Milo LSAT Tutoring and Test Prep

Frequently Asked Questions About the LSAT

What is the LSAT Test?

LSAC administers the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) four times a year at centers in the USA and Internationally. It is required for admission to all ABA–approved law schools, most Canadian law schools, and many other law schools. Many law schools require that the LSAT be taken by December – one year before attending- for admission the following fall. However, we recommend you take the exam sooner so that you can focus on the law school personal statement and the actual law school application.

Here’s some helpful information on how to increase your LSAT score and get into top law schools:

 

What’s on the LSAT?

There are three core sections to the LSAT: the logic games, the reading comprehension and logical reasoning section.  Our LSAT tutoring program can help you increase your score substantially.

Should I guess on the LSAT exam?

Yes, there is no penalty for guessing 0n the LSAT. Therefore, yes, you should even if you’re not certain on a question’s answer.

How long is the LSAT exam?

The LSAT exam is approximately 3+ hours total including breaks.

How is the LSAT scored?

The LSAT is scored out of 180, and scores range between a 120 to 180 total.  The median for top law schools is approximately a 168.

How much does the LSAT matter for law school admissions?

The LSAT counts for about 2x as much than any other component in the LSAC’s admissions formula.

How to improve your LSAT scores?

If you’re searching for answers on how you “can improve your LSAT scores” – look no further:

 

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Top Test Prep has published a very popular guide to help students prepare for the LSAT Exam. We hope this helps you as well.