My ScoreItUp LSAT Prep students frequently have different goals. Some want to get into a local, ABA-accredited law school and are looking to raise their LSAT score into the 150’s. Others are looking to get into a Tier 1 law school, possibly with a significant merit-based scholarship, and seek a score in the 160’s. And […]
When preparing for the LSAT, some students wonder which method of preparation may be best. Students often can get confused by all the advertising gimmicks out there. I will give you my thoughts of the advantages and disadvantages of each method. (Spoiler alert: (1) self-study is the cheapest way to do it, but it isn’t […]
Mckenna C. is a motivated and conscientious pre-law student. Before starting her ScoreItUp LSAT Prep training with me, she struggled mightily with the LSAT (like countless others do).
If you took the June 2019 LSAT, you have received your LSAT score and may currently be contemplating your next step. As always, some people are pleased, some are disappointed, and some have mixed emotions after receiving their LSAT score. Here are my suggestions for all of you:
My Early-Winter and Mid-Winter 2019 live (in-class) courses have now been posted online. You can enroll and/or see all of the details of my upcoming courses (Summer, Fall and Winter) by going to the Classroom directory. A summary of my upcoming in-class courses is listed below:
The LSAC recently advised test-takers of information about the July 15th LSAT. Some of which was known, but other things (including a delayed score report) had not previously been disclosed. Here are some key details about the July LSAT: Approximately half the July 2019 test-takers will take the old paper-and-pencil test, and the rest will […]
Beginning with the July 2019 LSAT, the LSAC will begin the long-awaited transition from the current paper-and-pencil LSAT to an electronic/digital form of the LSAT. Here are the Top 10 things to be aware of regarding the conversion: