Thu 21 Oct, 2004 05:25 am
Is it Difficult?
How long do I need to perpare for the LSAT?
Not terribly, if you like logic puzzles.
Give yourself a few months to prepare. Kaplan and Bar/Bri offer prep classes.
thx, so there is no other thing that i need to be done but LSAT?
Make sure your grades are up, if you can find some sort of legal-type internship (e. g. shadow a paralegal at work for a week, that sort of thing), you might want to do that as admissions offices tend to like that kind of thing. Research law schools so that you apply where you are most likely to get in and get aid.
Definitely take a prep course. I took one that started about a month before the test. We met on Saturdays for about 4 hours. We took a mock exam at the beginning, then again at the end. I improved dramatically. My beginning mock score was bad. My actual LSAT score ended up being the same as my ending mock score, which was very good.
I think the key is to really understand what types of questions make up the LSAT, and have a good method to approach them. Lots of logic puzzles and reading comprehension, as I recall.
what is the button line of the high score in LSAT~
Thx all for answer my question~