Determining whether an LSAT preparation course is “worth it” depends entirely on the course specifications (i.e., length and cost) and your individual goals. Studying the core question types, following a study plan, and receiving feedback on test performance can certainly help you prepare for the test. We have found that individual tutoring is the most effective and efficient way to prepare for the LSAT. An excellent tutor will be able to determine your individual strengths and weaknesses, tailor a suitable preparation plan, and impart the tools you will need to achieve your best score. A tutor will also help you find the best way to approach every type of logical reasoning argument, analytical reasoning game, and reading comprehension passage on the LSAT.
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