One of the great things about my ScoreItUp “live stream” classroom courses is that they provide some added flexibility. I’ve allowed you to take advantage of that by adding some additional options in the Late-Spring and Early-Summer. To clarify, here are your options: You can take any of my “live stream” classroom courses throughout the […]
Many of you registered for the upcoming April 2020 LSAT received a letter from LSAC (copy printed below) stating that (1) the April 2020 LSAT is being cancelled, and (2) in its place, LSAC will be offering a new “LSAT-Flex” exam date “in the second half of May” (presumably only an option for those who […]
My Orange County live (classroom) courses remain open for enrollment. In addition, I am providing a series of accommodations for ScoreItUp’s Spring course students. For more details, please see FAQ. If you would like more details and updates on the coronavirus, please visit the CDC’s website at cdc.org. ScoreItUp students who prefer studying at home […]
The most important part of a student’s law school application is the LSAT. So it should come as no surprise that the biggest mistake many prelaw students make revolves around their preparation for this challenging exam. After coaching thousands of LSAT Prep students, I’ve found that the biggest mistake most students make in preparing for the […]
Curious about 2020 law school rankings? Please see below for the 2020 law school rankings by U.S. News and World reports AND a separate, less-recognized set of law school rankings created by Pepperdine law dean Paul Caron. Take it all with a grain of salt, but it still makes for interesting reading! U.S. News and […]
Please visit scoreitup.com and click the “Classroom” directory to see updated information on my Spring and Summer courses in Orange County and Los Angeles. (Please be sure to clear/refresh your browser to ensure that you are seeing the updated course information.).
The LSAC has published a summary of their goals regarding possible future modifications of the LSAT. It is clear that the basic skills that the LSAT has tested for decades will remain highly relevant, and it appears unlikely that any dramatic changes in the skill sets being tested will occur. The purpose of any possible […]
Although controversial, the Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games) section has been a staple of the LSAT for decades. Now, thanks to a lawsuit brought by two blind LSAT-takers, the LSAC will be finding a substitute in the future that tests Analytical Reasoning skills, but does not do so in a way that creates a disadvantage for […]