Free December 2011 LSAT Online Review Session - 1/10/2012
Attend this free online workshop designed to review and analyze the December 2011 LSAT exam. Our Managing Director (Noah Teitelbaum) and Director of Curriculum Development (Mike Kim) will spend two hours reviewing the exam's most difficult logic games, providing students with explanations and strategies for the future. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn how to conquer the new curve balls that the LSAC decided to throw at students during the December exam.
Depending on what the curriculum developers see once the exam is released, this workshop will include:
- A Logic Games Lesson.
- A Logical Reasoning Lesson.
- A discussion of your re-take options.
This Workshop is intended for students who just took the December 2011 exam and were unhappy with their LSAT score and/or are looking to figure out what went wrong on the exam. If you are debating whether to take the February 2012 LSAT because you cancelled your December 2011 score, this is a must-attend. We will discuss the issues and concerns around the perplexing question of: Should I re-take the LSAT?
As in all Live Online Manhattan LSAT classes and workshops, there will be 2 instructors to ensure that students get the best, personalized attention. Sign-ups are on a first come, first serve basis.