Schedule of Classes & Events

May 01, 2021

  • Virtual - STAND ALONE - Focus Approach LSAT Program - August/October FLEXTESTS

    Let's prepare and be safe and smart about it. While meeting in person may remain out of reach for the moment, thoughtful remote preparation combined with individualized interaction has, judging by our results from the April and June LSAT FLEX tests, proven very effective. You will have 6 months of continuous access to all material through November 14, 2021.

    Here's how it works:

    (1). Streaming Live - 24 class sessions, each 90 minutes long PLUS two exam review sessions

    Beginning Saturday, May 29, 2021 the first of twenty-four, 90 minute instructional class sessions will be streamed live to wherever you happen to be (recordings of the video will also be available on demand). Logical Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension will all be covered in granular detail. Virtual class sessions are streamed live on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and will continue through Sunday, August 8th.

    (2). Previously Recorded

    LOGICAL REASONING - Previously recorded material - PrepTests 78 through 87

    Our recently added "On-Deck" series provides you with the roadmap to success on the LSAT. Over 500 logical reasoning questions are explained in granular detail. It is here where you learn how lawyers break down arguments by using the IRAC (Issue-Rule-Application-Conclusion) method. It is here where you begin the journey of changing the way you read.

    ANALYTICAL REASONING - Previously recorded material - PrepTests 52 (2007) through 84 (2018)

    Imagine having over 11 years of material provided with coherent explanations at your fingertips! Welcome to our Analytical Library. We believe analytical reasoning to be, far and away, the most learnable section on the LSAT. There are no "games" and formal logic plays a negligible role in solving. Join us and approach this section by utilizing lawyering skills; learn how to organize, then how to manage what has been organized, and finally solve once you are in a position to manage.

    READING COMPREHENSION - Previously recorded material

    Success on Reading Comprehension depends on your ability AND your exam plan. You will be required to read on a law school level, something that may, or may not, have been required of you in college or professional life. We discuss the strategy of developing a superior exam plan. We explore as well different tactics, e.g. reading the questions first, scanning the passage before diving in, passage selection order, which passages are likely to be approachable, etc.

    We explore these topics and many more.

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