This course is a supplement to home preparation. You will still have to do much on your own [as you should with any preparation course], and a major goal of the workshop is to help you do that effectively. Enrollment capped at 35, so plan ahead! In addition, we need to have a minimum enrollment of 15—so it is not guaranteed that all sessions will go forward. Notice of upcoming courses and registration appears on the pre-law website. Our email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The course will consist of ten sessions, meeting either in the evenings or on weekends, and usually in the law school. Some instructors hold more meetings that are shorter in length, but the total in-class time is always 22 hours. The present cost is $200.00; texts can be purchased on the web. The course is not given for credit. Scholarships based on financial need, maybe available dependent on enrollment. Classes will be held at the UW Law School, room 3250-Appellate Courtroom.
Registration is in-person only, on a first-come first-served basis, and application must be turned in to Jalanda Gibonéy. Unfortunately, I cannot take registrations by telephone, fax, or email.
There are three types of scored sections on the exam. The more difficult sections (for most people) are discussed in the beginning sessions. This is to give students more time to polish these skills and ask questions throughout the course. Test prep sessions are outlined below:
Spring 2017 Dates:
||Practice Test 1
||9:00am - 1:00pm
|Sunday||April 2||Logical Reasoning 1 & Logic Games 1||9:00am - 1:00 pm|
|Saturday||April 8||Reading Comprehension & Logical Reasoning 2||9:00am - 1:00 pm|
|Sunday||April 9||Logic Games 2 & Logical Reasoning 3||11:00am - 3:00 pm|
|Wednesday||April 12||Practice Test 2||5:30pm - 9:30 pm|
|Wednesday||April 19||Review||7:00pm - 9:00 pm|
We will also discuss test-taking strategies, critical thinking skills, and any questions throughout the course.Instructor:
Christian Conway, obtained her bachelor’s degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She is currently a second year law student at the University of Wisconsin Law School, graduating this upcoming December. She is studying Family, Criminal and international law, and is working as a student attorney for the Family Law Project as part of the Frank J Remington Center. Christian has a great deal of experience teaching. She has been both a Spanish and English Instructor for both adults and children. Christian is excited to teach you the skills needed to perform well on the LSAT.
Books & Materials:Once you receive course confirmation, a list of books and information on where to buy them will be provided. We recommend that you purchase several previous LSATs from LSAC. These can be found on the LSAC website.
Remember that not every student will need to take a preparation course in order to adequately prepare for this critical exam.