The LSAT is a standardized, multiple-choice exam given four times a year whose purpose is to compare the preparation and ability of applicants from different backgrounds who are applying to law school. The LSAT tests verbal, analytical, and writing abilities by using the following types of questions: logical reasoning, analytical reasoning, reading comprehension, and essay. This course offers comprehensive and thorough preparation for the LSAT and includes a paper and pencil exam given by a proctor, practice tests, instruction, and post-test. You will learn proven methods for dealing with each question type and gain confidence in your test-taking abilities by applying strategies in test-simulation exercises. Course materials include text, official book of "retired" tests and explanations, and a CD-ROM (PC) that simulates test environment and scoring. Tuition includes cost of materials.
Session 1: Take a paper and pencil diagnostic exam to reveal strengths and weaknesses; you also will receive course materials.
Session 2: Introduction to the course and LSAT; review diagnostic test results; work on logical and verbal reasoning.
Session 3: Review and discussion of logical reasoning assignment and discuss analytical reasoning question types.
Session 4: Review of analytical reasoning assignment. Master reading comprehension and learn a system to generate potential ideas and strategies for the required 35-minute essay.
Session 5: Review of reading comprehension and writing sample assignment. Receive instruction in advanced logical reasoning, advanced analytical reasoning, and test prep strategies and preparation plan.
Session 6: Review of assignment. Take post-test.
Event Id: 186282, , 06/30/2012 - 08/04/2012, Carlson School of Mgmt Bldg, 1-149 - 321 19th Ave S, Minneapolis, M