One-on-One Tutoring for the LSAT
Gaining admission to law school is a very competitive process in which the LSAT plays a key role. If you need to take the LSAT, you’ll want to prepare for the test effectively so that your score will strengthen your application. An LSAT tutor can help you:
- Gain mastery of critical concepts on the test
- Learn valuable test-taking strategies
- Tailor your LSAT prep strategy to your personal strengths and weaknesses
- Raise your LSAT score significantly
About the LSAT
The Law School Admission Test, or LSAT, plays a critical role in the admissions process for law schools, especially top-ranking schools. The test is designed to assess key skills needed for success in law school, such as critical reading, analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and persuasive writing.
The test is administered in two parts. The first component is a digital five-section, multiple-choice exam that the prospective law student takes at a variety of test centers around the world. Each section of the test is 35 minutes long. Four of the five sections contribute to a student’s score and consist of one reading comprehension, one analytical reasoning (also called logic games), and two logical reasoning sections. All questions are scored equally, and a student’s raw score is converted into a scaled score between 120 and 180. The second component is a written essay that the student takes online using secure proctoring software that can be installed on their own computer.
How to Beat the LSAT
Like other standardized tests, the LSAT can be conquered with intelligent prep. Studying the test format, understanding the question types and common traps, and practicing the best strategies can boost your LSAT score significantly. If you are looking for help in beating the LSAT, our experienced tutors can guide you through the best prep process and customize a learning program for you. Working with an expert tutor can get you ready for the LSAT in the quickest, most efficient way possible.
Learn More about Mindfish’s One-on-One LSAT Tutoring Options
We’ve been teaching students how to beat standardized tests for over 15 years. If you have questions about LSAT prep or other graduate admissions tests, or would like to learn more about how one-on-one tutoring can help you achieve your goal score on the LSAT, email email@example.com or call us at 720-204-1041.