For those of you who took the LSAT today, congratulations! Here are a few things you may want to consider, regardless of how well you feel you did: Continue reading
A warm thank-you to Cris H. for his recent 5-star Yelp review of ScoreItUp LSAT Prep! You can see Yelp reviews about ScoreItUp here.
Thank you to former ScoreItUp student Sonja J. for her recent 5-star yelp review of ScoreItUp LSAT Pre. Very much appreciated, Sonja! You can see yelp review of ScoreItUp LSAT Prep here.
Most ScoreItUp students are college students or recent college graduates. Students who have been out of college for awhile may wonder if ScoreItUp is also right for them. To help answer that question, a complete and independently verifiable set of course evaluations is printed below. Continue reading
It’s official! The LSAC says it will be adding two additional LSAT administrations (for a total of six administrations per year) beginning in mid-2018 (although I must admit, in 2018-2019 it looks closer to five to me!). For more details, please see the LSAC’s note here. Here are the upcoming 2017-2019 LSAT administration dates: Continue reading
Here is a fun, exciting and successful tale of good-natured sibling rivalry! Take a look below at the astounding stories of siblings and former ScoreItUp students Paul D., Nick D. and Francesca D.:
Students learn in different ways. For most students, a combination of hearing lessons, reading written instruction, and applying the information being taught is likely to be optimal.
That is precisely the three-step method adopted in ScoreItUp’s live and online video courses. Students hear the live and/or online video lessons, read the information provided (through ScoreItUp’s extensive and detailed outlines), and then apply the information by working extensively on real LSAT questions (a tremendous number of which are analyzed in class, on video, and/or in written explanations).
One key to ScoreItUp’s success is that the live classroom instruction, the online video instruction, and the written instruction – including detailed explanations of real LSATs – are all prepared by the same person (Mark). This approach involves synthesizing only the best LSAT Prep material from a wide variety of sources, and provides students with a well-integrated and cohesive LSAT Prep course. It also helps ScoreItUp avoid the inconsistency and confusion that can occur if the online video and written instruction is prepared by someone other than the person teaching the class.
For more details, please feel free to contact Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Taking a good LSAT Prep course is likely to be much better than relying upon “self-study” (if it’s a bad course you might as well study on your own!). However, even good courses use some gimmicks and fake stuff that don’t enhance one’s LSAT Prep experience. Continue reading
One thing I always emphasize in my LSAT Prep courses is the importance of sleep to effective LSAT performance. A recent study may have provided a powerful explanation of the reason for that. Continue reading