Statement of Principles

  • To provide you with a law school experience
  • To treat you as future attorneys
  • To prepare you for the LSAT in the same way law school will prepare you to become an attorney
  • To prepare you mentally, physically, and psychologically for the half-day exam
  • To prepare you not just for the LSAT but for law school
  • To inspire you to first understand and then to master the LSAT
  • To provide you with an unrivaled learning experience
  • To challenge you to seek the best within yourself
  • To be invested in YOUR success on the LSAT and beyond
  • To inspire in you a deep respect for the LSAT and demonstrate its relevance to law
  • To introduce you to law school admission's Deans
  • To train your mind to reason as an attorney’s mind must 
  • To explain why many popular methods relied on by large, conventional LSAT programs are ineffective
  • To always allow you to visit an actual class for free so that you are able to decide for yourself whether our approach is right for you
  • To provide an evidence driven assessment of where you stand and whether you are ready to sit for the LSAT
  • To be available to you whenever you need assistance
  • To maintain our relationship with you after the LSAT 
  • To help guide you through the law school admission's process
  • To develop a personalized plan for every Focus Approach student
  • To provide every Focus Approach student with an attorney-mentor
  • To have every class taught by an experienced attorney who communicates the material effectively 
  • To use only the most recently released actual LSATs as classroom material and to provide understandable explanations for all of that material
  • To never require that you pay in advance and to always offer installment plans at no additional cost
  • To prepare you for anything, and everything, the LSAT throws your way
  • To provide personalized attention designed to capitalize on your individual strengths