The LSAT is a difficult standardized test, but there is no “passing” LSAT score. If you need to increase your score, don’t worry! The skills needed to achieve a high score can be learned with rigorous study and long-term practice.
One-on-one tutoring is the best method for LSAT preparation. First, an excellent tutor can help you develop an individualized program tailored to your strengths and weaknesses, allowing you to construct the best strategy to approach every type of logical reasoning argument, analytical reasoning game, and reading comprehension passage you may encounter on the test. Second, a tutor will identify and explain concepts that you may initially find difficult, helping you gain skills and confidence until you have mastered such concepts. Finally, a tutor will assign a consistent practice test schedule, helping you gain familiarity applying the skills you learn at the pace of the official test.
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