Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
What is the LSAT?
The LSAT stands for the Law School Admission Test and is a standardized test for Law School, administered by the Law School Admissions Council.
Who takes the LSAT?
You must be 18 years or older to be eligible to take the LSAT. Students who are in their Junior or Senior year of college will begin to study and take the LSAT to enter into law school.
Law school prepares you in career pathways as legal consultants, presecutors, lawyers - defense, civil, patents, criminal, immigration, securities and more specialties.
What is on the LSAT?
The LSAT consists of 3 sections:
Section 1: Analytical Reasoning
- Analyzing passages and comprehending the course of action for a legal case based off the premise
Section 2: Logical Reasoning
- The sense of direction based off the issue or passage concerns
Section 3: Reading Comprehension
- The Who? What? Where? When? Why? and How?
Is the LSAT for me?
If you're interested in pursuing a career in the legal profession, talking to a Jury, prosecuting / defending, the ability to be able to convince and influence an audience then this is a great path for you.
- Becoming a charismatic player in your community
- Changing the course of a situation between right or wrong
- Taking care of clients, their families and their overall well-being
- Being the voice of the community
What is considered a competitive score?
Any score with a 170 or higher on the LSAT
What is FlipSetter Academy's cost for the LSAT?
Our flat rate is $25 / Hour. We are currently offering a 6 hours course per week. For more informaiton, please download our Services Agreement.