When preparing for the LSAT, some students wonder which method of preparation may be best. I will give you my thoughts of the advantages and disadvantages of each method:
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.
Most of my ScoreItUp students are college students or recent college graduates. Students who have been out of college for awhile may wonder if my course is also right for them. To help answer that question, a complete and independently verifiable set of course evaluations from students who took a LSAT Prep course with me, and […]
For many aspiring pre-law students, Harvard Law School is a school they dream about attending. The fact that approximately 75 percent of students who are offered a spot in Harvard’s 1L class
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The February 2015 LSAT is about one month away! Many students preparing for this LSAT find themselves scrambling at this time. They may not have gotten very far in their LSAT Prep (or may not have even started preparing), and are wondering what to do now.
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