For you statistics junkies (and any other prospective law school students), the relative frequency of “splitters” in law school is notable. “Splitters” is a term that describes students who either (1) have a high gpa and low LSAT score, or (2) have a high LSAT score and low gpa. Why do we see such […]
Here is a fun, exciting and successful tale of good-natured sibling rivalry…and a true ScoreItUp trifecta! Take a look below at the astounding stories of siblings and former ScoreItUp students Paul D., Nick D. and Francesca D.:
Taking a good classroom LSAT Prep course is likely to be much better than relying upon “self-study,” as an extensive study by the LSAC indicated (if it’s a bad course you might as well study on your own!). However, there are some things that don’t enhance one’s LSAT Prep experience. See below for a list of […]
A warm thank-you to Cris H. for his 5-star Yelp review of ScoreItUp LSAT Prep! (You can see Yelp reviews about ScoreItUp here.) In some ways, Cris’s review is especially meaningful since he took ScoreItUp after having taken two national test prep courses. Here is Cris’s review of ScoreItUp LSAT Prep in its entirety:
Congratulations to USC graduate and former ScoreItUp student (SIU Spring ’17) Petersen W. on his sensational 175 score on the December LSAT! Petersen’s LSAT score is solidly in the top 1%, and will open up all sorts of tremendous law school and scholarship opportunities for him.
Some differences between LSAT Prep companies are apparent on their face: number of live instruction hours offered, price, instructor, etc. Other benefits are more subtle until you actually are in the course. The way in which you are provided practice LSATs is a good example.
Congratulations to ScoreItUp student Kristin B. (SIU Summer ’17) for her 175 practice LSAT score! Kristin earned that amazing score (solidly in the top 1% in the nation) on a real, full-length, timed and proctored practice LSAT.