Inspirica’s Approach toLSAT Test Preparation
The Law School Admission Test (or LSAT) is the preferred standardized test of law school programs around the world. The LSAT is divided into five multiple-choice sections designed to test an applicant’s ability level in reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, and logical reasoning. The test also includes a writing sample that, while unscored, is sent along with the score report to any schools to which you apply. The LSAT gives one score in a range of 120–180.
The LSAT’s content and structure have been relatively stable compared to other standardized tests over the past 25 years. This means there has been plenty of time for Inspirica to acquire institutional expertise with this test. The LSAT is a difficult test, and test scores are strongly correlated with preparation time. Getting a head start with one of our expert tutors gives you a real edge on your law school application.
Inspirica’s LSAT tutors have studied this test inside and out and can help you navigate its challenges. Many LSAT takers, for example, have not had much experience with the kinds of questions in the logical reasoning section. Your expert Inspirica tutor will help you brush up in areas that need it and lay a foundation for new material. Your tutor will also teach you how to best allocate your time and efforts to put yourself in a position to get the score you need!
How much will my score improve through tutoring?
Inspirica’s tutors are experts at helping students achieve their maximum potential on the LSAT. With the guidance, support, and strategies we offer, our students will be in the best possible position to succeed on the test. Specific score improvement goals will vary from student to student. Once we get to know you, we can help you shape those goals and make a plan to reach them.
How much tutoring do I need?
The number of sessions any given student needs depends on many factors: how much time the student has until the test date, what his or her goals are, and how much work needs to be done to achieve those goals. Some students require only a few hours of tutoring, while others meet frequently over the course of months. For a typical LSAT preparation program, most students are able to achieve their goals by meeting with their Inspirica tutor once per week for two hours until the test date.
When should I begin preparing for the LSAT?
The LSAT is offered year-round, so the best time to start preparing is as soon as you know you’re going to take the test. Most students take the test in the fall prior to the following year’s deadline for law school applications.
What is considered a good score on the LSAT?
The LSAT has a score range of 120–180. A good score on the LSAT depends on the goals of an individual student, target schools, and the rest of a student’s application. Once we get to know you, we can help you shape those goals and make a plan to reach them.