The Lighthouse LSAT Prep Self-Study Course is a well organized, challenging study program which has been carefully designed to prepare students for the LSAT. The program is organized by question type. Each section contains detailed expository materials, summaries of important concepts and procedures and timed practice exercises. Detailed written explanations follow each exercise. The course includes an up-to-date 350 page textbook The Ultimate Prep for the LSAT – A Systematic Approach, the 175 page Ultimate Verbal and Vocabulary Builder workbook, two full, simulated LSATs, a complete step-by-step study plan and access to our telephone help-line. This type of course has been successfully used by thousands of students and only costs $49.95 (plus shipping and handling). If you're not completely satisfied, we'll refund your money - no questions asked (see refund policy on order form for details).
How does the program work? You begin the program by completing the 175 page Ultimate Verbal and Vocabulary Builder workbook. This book has been designed to review the basic verbal skills and vocabulary you will need to take the LSAT. After completing this workbook you will then complete The Ultimate Prep for the LSAT – A Systematic Approach manual. This 350 page textbook is crammed with examples, drills, diagrams, practice questions, and two full-length simulated LSATs. The textbook covers the following subject areas:
Test Taking Strategy. Introduces a wide variety of test-taking strategies designed to increase your speed and accuracy on the LSAT.
Reading Comprehension. Treats reading passages as arguments. Introduces active reading and time management in reading comprehension.
Analytical Reasoning I and II. Focuses on summaries, diagrams and basic deduction skills. Explains techniques for placement, selection, grid and function problems. Our carefully designed practice sets give you "hands on" experience doing LSAT problems under timed conditions. Each practice set is carefully explained in detail.
Logical Reasoning I and II. Presents short arguments as puzzles. You learn to identify assumptions and conclusions in order to improve your accuracy on this question type. Topics include: inference and deduction, argument recognition, evidence, and consistency and contradiction.
Persuasive Essay. You learn to identify "criteria" and "options" portions of the writing sample. Explains the use of "issue spotting" to develop a clear, concise persuasive essay.
Why should I prepare for the LSAT? If the LSAT is taken more than once, most law schools average your scores. Therefore, a low score might disqualify you as a potential law school candidate.
What if I need help? If you have questions and need help understanding the materials call us! We will be happy to help you over the phone. If we are not in when you call leave a message and someone will return your call within 24 hours.
What about signing up to take the actual LSAT? To register or obtain more information about
the actual LSAT call Law School Admission Services at (215) 968-1001 or write
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