LSAT Prep Course


The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is an essential part of law school admission requirements. Hone your test-taking skills by preparing for the type of questions typically found on the exam. This nine-week course will cover the four major components of the LSAT: Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension & the Writing Sample, and Analytical Reasoning.
Take an assessment test in the beginning of the course to identify which skills you need to strengthen. By the end of this course, you will have developed techniques to help you solve reasoning and comprehension questions quickly and accurately, and you will have learned how to write a strong essay for the writing sample portion of the exam.

For More Information, Contact:

Isabel Avalos
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  • Phone: (312) 362-5295
  • FAX: (312) 362-8764

Who Should Attend

The LSAT is a required exam for all those who plan to attend law school. Taking a course to help prepare you for the LSAT is highly recommended and can help you improve your score.


The goals of this course are to help you understand the ins and outs of the LSAT, learn strategies for succeeding on the exam, and increase your confidence so that you will feel thoroughly prepared on exam day. In this course, you will learn time-saving tactics to enhance your score on every section of the exam.


Week 1—Orientation / LSAT Pre Test
Week 2—Intro to LSAT and Reading Comprehension
Week 3—Comparative Reading and Logical Reasoning Overview
Week 4—Logical Reasoning I
Week 5—Analytical Reasoning I
Week 6—Logical Reasoning II
Week 7—Analytical Reasoning II
Week 8—Essay and Review of Test-taking Strategies
Week 9—Post Test

Frequently Asked Questions

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Are there course materials?
Cambridge Educational Services Victory for the LSAT is included in the cost of the course.
What type of assessment is given?
The course includes a pre-test and post-test which will assess your Logical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and Writing Skills.
Are there any prerequisites?
No. Most students looking to take the LSAT are in the process or have already obtained a bachelor's degree. However, a bachelor's degree is not required for the exam prep course.


Online registration is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Add the course you are interested in to your shopping cart and proceed to checkout. Registration is also available via phone, fax or mail. An Adobe Acrobat PDF of the registration form is provided for your convenience.

Course Availability

Course Section This class is full. Please contact our office if you are still interested.
MDC 157-00
Elizabeth Lopez
Tuesdays, September 22 - November 17, 2020, 5:45 - 9:30 PM The class will meet via Zoom.
2.4 CEUs
24 Contact Hours
Required Fees: Price
Late Registration$75.00
Registration - $75 late fee applied to all registrations received after 9/15/2020$799.00
Optional Fees: Price