Beating the LSAT: How Successful Students Prepare
- May 15, 2014
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
John Rood, the President and Founder of Next Step Test Preparation conducted this webinar focusing on the LSAT. Having worked with hundreds of LSAT students over the years, he is an excellent resource for students looking to pursue a career in law.
In this webinar, which you can view below, John discusses how to figure out what LSAT score you need to be a competitive candidate based on the schools you are applying to. He also discusses how you should prepare for the LSAT, with an emphasis on how to handle logic on the exam, and includes sample questions. He explains that the LSAT helps to standardize applicants, what it is used to test for, and how it is scored. You will be able to understand the data from schools and use it to determine how to be a competitive applicant.
John also discusses how to prepare for the exam, when to begin your preparations, and what materials you should use when preparing. He gives you a thorough explanation on the benefits of taking the LSAT early and applying to law school early.
We have partnered with many different professionals and experts to bring you information that is not only relevant but accurate. Our goal at Next Step is to make sure that you have the resources needed to prepare for the LSAT and your future career. We offer several one-on-one LSAT tutoring packages. If you utilize our tutoring services, you will receive a customized plan that works at your pace and focuses on the areas where you need to improve the most. What works for some may not work for all, so we are doing away with the cookie cutter approach and making sure that your study plan works for you.
Next Step Test Preparation provides complete courses of one-on-one LSAT tutoring for about the price of a crowded lecture-style prep course. Email us or call 888-530-NEXT (6398) for a complimentary consultation.
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