As a current law student at Brooklyn Law School, I received a score of 168 on my LSATs and especially find the logic games section of the LSATs my strong suit. There are a few tricks for LSAT that I'd love to share with my students.
— Vincent F.
New York University Tandon School of Engineering
Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering
I am a current law student, and scored a 167 on the LSAT two years ago. I did particularly well on the Reasoning portion of the exam. I continue to help many of my peers prepare for the LSAT, as I went straight into law school from college and can advise those who are now preparing for the exam. I particularly enjoy teaching (and learning) through storytelling and analogies. I find that complex events are easier to remember when woven into a narrative, and complex ideas easier to understand.
— Esteban O.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Standardized tests can feel like an exercise in futility: learning to take a test, not how to succeed in your degree program, your subsequent career, or in life. But the LSAT is different: it effectively assesses the skills that you’ll be called upon to use, both in Law School and in your career as a lawyer.
The LSAT calls for proficiency in logical reasoning, analytical reasoning, reading comprehension, and analytical writing. Whether you’re a college senior who’s never read a piece of legislation before or a seasoned paralegal looking to advance your career to the next level, we have tutors who can help you achieve your academic goals.
The LSAT is an essential step in your path towards becoming a lawyer. Esteem, financial reward, intellectual stimulation, and the potential to impart a positive impact on society are all good reasons to pursue the practice of law.
A life in the law will challenge your thinking, demand the exercise of sharp reason and good judgment, and provide you the opportunity to uphold justice, law and order, and liberty. As rewarding as a career in law will be, make no mistake: the life of a lawyer is extraordinarily demanding. For every hour of court time you log, you may spend fifty hours reading, researching, and writing.
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