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Choose The Best LSAT Course For Preparation

Posted by Ronald D. Hedding, ESQ. | Oct 29, 2017

Aiming to either become a bankruptcy, personal injury or any other lawyer, the first step is to clear the LSAT exam so to take admission in the law school. Many applicants got confused when starting preparing for the LSAT test. There are many questions which start popping in their minds like how to prepare for the test, the best LSAT course, and how to manage time for different sections of the exam. This blog will help to understand the LSAT exam and will also guide to prepare for the test.

LSAT Test Pattern

There are four sections in LSAT with multiple choice questions and 35-minutes for each section.

Logical Reasoning-: This section test and analyze the ability to evaluate critically and complete the arguments.

Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games): Test the ability to understand the relationship structure including sequences, matching, and different other skills and then draw the conclusions.

Reading Comprehension: Testing the reading ability of complex and long passages with insight.

Experimental Section and Writing Section: These are un-scored sections, the experimental section is designed to assist in developing the future iterations of test and writing sample is sent to the law school as the admission aid.

Before taking the LSAT test, the applicant must know how to take it or in other words, general knowledge and rote memorization are not enough to score well in LSAT. The students need to develop the specific test skills and the best way to do is to prepare through the LSAT courses. There are many online LSAT courses with several advantages over the traditional in-class delivery. But to choose the best online LSAT course, there are several specs that must be kept in mind before selecting the course.

Self-Paced: online live tutoring classes definitely have the benefits such as personalized instruction, live feedback, and etc. but the self-paced courses offer the more flexible and affordable and are the ideal delivery model for adult learners, working professionals, and others people with the busy schedule. Also, these courses allow students to take unlimited access. The LSAT is not extremely difficult but often a confusing test. Missing skills and key concepts to keep up with the class schedule won't do any good to the applicant. Take time, review the weak spots, and stay on the point as this is training exercise as well.

Quality Instructors: the best online LSAT courses hire those tutors who have scored at least 770 in their LSAT test. Well, that is good but the instructor must be someone who can really teach. Before selecting, courses must read the online reviews and check the experience of the tutor.

Quality Practice: It is important to do drill work but it is useless if those drills are wrong. As the LSAT is 4.5 hours so it is important for the applicant to develop the mental stamina. Students need to understand why they got the question wrong. In this case, the individual tutors and online classes have the advantage but many self-paced courses also include the general feedback on the incorrect answers.

About the Author

Ronald D. Hedding, ESQ.

Ronald D. Hedding, Esq., is the founding member of the Hedding Law Firm. Mr. Hedding has an extensive well-rounded legal background in the area of Criminal Law. He has worked for the District Attorney's Office, a Superior Court Judge, and as the guiding force behind the Hedding Law Firm. His multi-faceted experience sets Mr. Hedding apart and puts him in an elite group of the best Criminal Defense Attorneys in Southern California.