Define your study schedule and register for the test
The first thing you’ll want to do is define how much time you’ll need for studying and then to register for the test. You’ll want to pick a test date that gives you at least 4 to 8 weeks (minimum) to prepare and also enough time to send the scores to schools before the application deadline. After defining your study schedule and registering for the test, move on to step number two.
Use the official LSAT prep guide
The LSAC publishes their guidebook to help you navigate the test prep process.
Review the exam structure and content
The LSAT contains four sections: reading comprehension, analytical reasoning (logic games), logical reasoning (arguments) and a writing sample. Each section takes 35 minutes.
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Take several complete exams
Practice exams will help you become more familiar with the test itself, as well as allow us to create customized lesson plans that will be altered throughout the process. This will also allow you to stay within the time allotted for each section to ensure that all questions are answered.
Identify your weakest sections
Focussing on the sections which you feel are more challenging will allow you to increase your scores and ensure that you obtain the best score possible.
Further identify specific question types that were answered incorrectly
Within each section, there might be specific questions sets that are causing you more difficulty. These will require a more narrow focus to ensure your success.
Focus on these questions during private tutoring sessions
Our tutors will be able to not only help you answer the more difficult questions, but also help you teach it back to them. This will allow you to know the test inside out!
Take as many timed, full-length exams as possible
Taking a practice LSAT under test conditions will give you the best idea of what test day will be like. This will increase your confidence in your final performance on the LSAT.