The LSAT is a tough test.
It’s easy to feel stuck at some point during your LSAT journey…
- Maybe those necessary assumption questions are getting to you
- Or maybe grouping games cause your mind to just shut down
- You might need strategies to get your reading comp score up
- Or you might need more basic advice about studying effectively
Studying for the LSAT will challenge you in ways you may not have anticipated. You may feel dumb at times, or feel like you’ll have to give up on your dream of being a lawyer.
But here’s what I believe:
You ARE capable of learning the LSAT.
Targeting specific areas of weakness can be more efficient than one-size-fits-all comprehensive prep.
Those lessons are best learned in a space that allows you to ask questions.
Because sometimes all you need to reach your goal score is a little support.
May 2022 Workshop Dates & Topics
LSAT Fundamentals: Getting started with your LSAT prep
May 26th, 2021 – 5pm Pacific (8pm Eastern)
- What materials should you use?
- Should you take a diagnostic?
- How long does LSAT prep typically take?
- What mistakes/materials/courses should you avoid?
- What do other students WISH they had known when they first got started?
In my 10+ years tutoring the LSAT, I’ve helped so many students take the first steps in their LSAT studies–and I’ve helped even more students recover from an LSAT study plan that just wasn’t working for them.
This workshop will help you start your LSAT prep with confidence.
(Not a total newbie? Use this workshop to give your LSAT prep a fresh reset.)
I’ll share what I know and give you the opportunity to have your own issues addressed. Leave with a game plan for starting your LSAT journey off strong.
- May 26th, 2021 – 5pm Pacific (8pm Eastern)
- 90 minutes
- Includes lecture, discussion, and Q&A
- Recording available if you can’t attend live
- $15 per workshop
- Contact me for a discount code if you have an LSAC fee-waiver