Law School Admissions Test
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is required to attend law school after college. Admissions offices weigh the LSAT almost as much as the rest of your credentials since the LSAT shows some of the skills needed for practicing law. The LSAT is a combination of logic, reading skills, and argument analysis. All areas of the LSAT are “coachable”, but it takes good guidance and diligent practice. At some law schools, the LSAT is the most important element in a candidate’s “profile” and at most law schools, it is second after GPA.
Our lead instructor, Ivy Bound’s co-founder and current president Mark Greenstein, has taught LSAT prep since 1987. Hundreds of his students are now practicing lawyers.
The rewards from attending a competitive law school are higher than ever. The top tier firms that recruit at these law schools offer a career income stream of over $10,000,000. Put yourself in the best position possible! Start with LSAT success.
What you can expect as a client:
- Top-tier instructors who have scored in the top 2%
- Clarity, enthusiasm, empathy and test knowledge
- 30 practice tests
- 25 – 30 percentile increases following a full course
- 40 – 45 percentile increases are realistic for diligent students