I just finished a weekend LSAT prep course.  It was the cheapest Class I could find.  And seeing as how my financial situations isn’t all that great, I had to go with it.  But it wasn’t actually all that bad.  The guy who was teaching it is apparently one of the foremost experts on the LSAT in all of Canada. And it was good in the sense that he didn’t give us any high expectations about raising our LSAT scores by X % or anything like that. He told us straight up that your score depended wholly on you and you alone.  He was there to just teach us the skills. It’s up to us to practise and put in the effort. All in all I think it was a good experience. The hard work starts now.

I must say though, I was quite distracted by a very pretty girl in the class.  She had beautiful almond skin and a body that was like whoa.  The biggest turn on was that she’s taking the LSAT. If fate has mercy on me, I’ll meet her in the law school that I get admitted to. I am crossing my fingers. I think I am going to try and get some sleep now. 2.5 straight days of analytical reasoning and logical analysis isn’t fun at all.

  1. October 27, 2007 at 1:50 pm

    He told us straight up that your score depended wholly on you and you alone.


    Sounds like a wise man — there is no magic bullet for the LSAT. Practice is crucial and oftentimes leads to significant LSAT score increases, but not necessarily.

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