- The prep syllabus incorporates the Official LSAC publications.
- The Official LSAT Tests are reviewed comprehensively.
- Custom tailored course content is designed for the student.
- Adaptive weekly assignments and additional tests are provided.
- Standard 4-12 weeks, and accelerated options are available.
- Over 4,000 questions are discussed.
- Review focuses on games, logic, and reading.
LSAT is one of the most challenging tests that is administered for professional
school entrance. Most competitive schools expect a
composite score in the 160-175 range [max 180]. The law schools recruit a very competitive LSAT performance when the student applies
for matriculation to the programs.
HB Academics Team offers an alternative path to success on the LSAT in comparison
to the familiar national courses, self-study guide books, and digital media
short courses on CD or DVD. Our approach is to
quickly identify each
student's strengths and weaknesses on the LSAT subject matter and skill set.
This facilitates a
more optimal venue for the student's LSAT preparation to make the
best use of the student's time and resources. If the student has completed
a review course from another test preparation service, that knowledge may
be integrated into the program. The role of the expert teacher is to quickly
teach the material that is not understood, and not consume time on the material
the student knows well.
The HB Academics team designs a custom tailored program to address
each student's specific needs. The content of the course can vary depending on
the academic background of the student. During the LSAT analytical reasoning
preparation, all game types are introduced,
and most efficient set-up strategies are established to
optimize time and performance.
The HB Academics teachers follow the official
LSAC LSAT publications and expose each student to all types of
logical reasoning questions
that will be on the LSAT. Throughout the reading comprehension review, fundamental
reading strategies are introduced
and the best stylistic approach is adopted, because no one method of
reading is universally applicable to every student.
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