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“At Miles Smart Tutoring, we provide classes for LSAT prep that not only helps to review important concepts for the exam point of view but also imparts test-taking strategies to help students excel even when they don’t know the answer. While we employ a variety of methodologies and strategies, our LSAT tutors emphasize on the Socratic method as it helps students think through the logic of each question to find the answers. This method of teaching has future ramifications as it carries over to future classes and helps develop self-reliance amongst students. The strategies we teach for test taking have a large carryover to all other tests taken as well as job interviews.”
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It is highly recommended that students who will be taking the LSAT should take our prep classes. These classes not only explain methods to answer each of the different types of questions that will be tested on the exam but also impart strategies students should use to determine the correct answer if they are unable to solve the problem outright. These strategies and skills are extremely useful outside of the test and have tremendous carryover value into all other school subjects as well as future job interviews and assessments. For example, the logic games often include complex scheduling problems involving many different parameters which must be solved to get the correct answer. This is a skill that would be useful in future jobs where one may have to balance and work through complex models or scheduling conflicts. Since every student is unique, we tailor our tutoring class to cater to the specific needs of each student.
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Law School Admission Test or LSAT tests the skills of a person that is important to pursue law. These skills reflect the possible performance of the candidate in the first year of law school.
Let’s know more LSAT, before we tell, How our LSAT tutoring classes helps the students. The LSAT exam is the law school entrance exam which all prospective students must take to demonstrate their knowledge and abilities to colleges, similar to the SAT or ACT exams for undergraduate degrees. The test is very similar in structure to the SAT exam in that there are multiple choice questions which are graded and an ungraded writing section, however there are some differences.
The LSAT has four sections: two logical reasoning sections with around 25 questions, one analytical reasoning section comprised of four logic games with around 6 questions each, and one reading comprehension section with around 25 multiple choice questions. The test also requires a writing sample, although it is not graded. The test is scored from 120 to 180, with the average being 150.
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Here's a list of the most frequently asked LSAT questions
A good score on the LSAT is anywhere between a 150 and 160. This, of course, is all relative to you and the law schools you are trying to get into.
You should aim to take the LSAT by at least October before you plan on applying to law schools. You can retake it after that, but you should have at least one score by then.
The LSAT have five sections, including logical reasoning (2 sections), analytical reasoning, reading comprehension, and an unscored variable section. There is also a separate writing section.
You should plan to study for the LSAT for at least two months – invest in LSAT study books, tutoring, and practice exams. When you feel confident, you should take full length LSAT practice exams.
At least two months before the test you are registered for. But, if you know in your junior year of college that you are going to be applying to law schools, that is a good time to start.
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