LSAT Test Prep (Online)
- When: January 8–February 3, 2015 | Click to Register Online
- When: May 7–June 2, 2015
- Cost: $799
- Contact: Bev Wolfinbarger @ (314) 516-7454
Gain admission into the law school of your choice with Live-Online LSAT Test Preparation from UMSL. Master the skills needed to succeed on the LSAT and take the test with the confidence of knowing that you prepared with Missouri’s leading LSAT experts. Whether you are in St. Louis, across the state, or around the world, this Live-Online LSAT Prep course will help you prepare for the LSAT.
The Live-Online course provides you with same quality program we offer on campus in the comfort of your own home. You will interact with your instructor, participate in class, and practice your new skills using interactive in-class exercises.
For your added convenience, you receive access to a recording of each class session for up to 30 days after the class ends. You can watch the class sessions as often as you like, on your schedule.
Our intensive Live-Online LSAT prep program includes 30 hours of instruction from experienced exam preparation teaching professionals. The easy to follow program uses proven techniques to simplify the LSAT. UMSL’s LSAT course allows you to practice with questions and materials from actual LSAT exams, so that you know your preparation is as close to the real thing as possible. LSAT textbooks, study guides, diagnostic exams, and expert instruction are all included.
Strategically scheduled courses ensure that you will perform at your peak on exam day. Each course is carefully scheduled to provide you with a study plan that will have you ready for the LSAT test date of your choice.
The Live-Online LSAT prep class is offered online using Adobe Connect software. All you need is a high speed internet connection and an Adobe Flash Player, which can be downloaded for free. Course materials will be delivered directly to your home or arrangements can be made for you to pick them up at our Continuing Education Office.
Who Should Take the Online LSAT Test Prep Class?
The Live-Online LSAT Prep class is ideal for those who are unable to attend our classroom LSAT Test Prep course. All American Bar Association (ABA) Certified Law Schools require a valid LSAT score as part of the admissions process. This course is ideal for current undergraduates, recent graduates, and anyone looking to apply to Law School. The LSAT is a paper-based test that is administered annually. We recommend that students take the LSAT Test Prep class as close to their chosen exam date as possible.
About Our Program
The UMSL Test Prep program is a partner with Educational Testing Consultants, a leader in higher education test preparation. Each year, Educational Testing Consultants helps hundreds of students at major colleges and universities across the United States. Educational Testing Consultants provides a proven program with a record of success and highly-trained top quality instructors. Learn more about ETC’s Live Online classes at http://etctestprep.com/about-us.
- When: Thursday, April 9, 2015 | 6:00-7:30 PM
- Where: UMSL, 403 JC Penney Building
- FREE, but registration is required. Click to Register Online or call (314) 516-7454.
This workshop is for anyone interested in taking the LSAT Test Prep described below but would like more information before registering.
Participants who pre-register and attend the free, strategy workshop on Thursday, April 9, will receive a $100 discount off the registration fee for the LSAT Test Prep class scheduled for April 28–June 4.
- When: April 28–June 4, 2015 | Click to Register Online
- Cost: $899
- Contact: Bev Wolfinbarger @ (314) 516-7454
Gain admission into the law school of your choice with LSAT Test Preparation from UMSL. Master the skills needed to succeed on the LSAT and take the test with the confidence of knowing that you prepared with Missouri’s leading LSAT experts. Whether you are in St. Louis, across the state, or around the world, this LSAT Prep course will help you prepare for the LSAT.
What is the LSAT?
The LSAT is a half-day standardized test required for admission to all American Bar Association (ABA)-approved law schools, most Canadian law schools, and many non-ABA-approved law schools. The test is administered by the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC). The LSAT provides a standard measure of acquired reading and verbal reasoning skills that law schools can use as one of several factors in assessing applicants. The test is administered 4 times a year at hundreds of locations around the world. Many law schools require that the LSAT be taken by December for admission the following fall.
The test consists of five 35-minute sections of multiple-choice questions. A 35-minute writing sample is administered at the end of the test. (Taken from the LSAC website: www.lsac.org)
Who should take the LSAT?
The LSAT is required by all American Bar Association (ABA)-approved law schools, most Canadian schools. Many other law schools also require or accept the LSAT.
What is tested on the LSAT?
- Reading Comprehension Questions – Measure your ability to read and understand complex materials.
- Analytical Reasoning Questions – Measure your ability to structure relationships and draw logical conclusions about relationships.
- Logical Reasoning- Assess your ability to analyze and evaluate arguments after reading a short passage.
- Writing Sample (not scored)
How is the LSAT scored?
- Scores range from 120 to 180
- Your score on the LSAT is based on the number of questions you answer correctly within the 4 scored sections of the exam. You are not penalized for incorrect answers.
- LSAC takes your raw score and translates it to a score within the standard scale range to account for variance in difficulty on test forms.
- Four of the five sections contribute to the test taker's score. LSAC uses the other section to test new questions and / or question formats. You will not know which section is not being scored.
- The writing sample is not scored by LSAC, but is forwarded to the law schools to which you are applying.
Can I retake the LSAT?
You can take the LSAT up to 3 times in a 2 year period. However, all of your scores will be reported to the schools to which you request reporting. In the event that you take the test multiple times, LSAT advises that schools take the average of your test scores as an indicator of your true ability. Many schools now only consider the higher score, but it is important to know the policy of the schools to which you apply and perform as well as possible on the exam when you take it.