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Varsity Tutors can get you set up with a Los Angeles LSAT prep course if you're getting ready to apply to, for example, UCLA School of Law or Loyola Law School. Your performance on the Law School Admissions Test, or LSAT, showcases key skills that ABA-accredited law school admissions departments look for. It can also have an impact on your future as a legal professional.

A Los Angeles LSAT course can prepare you for the exam by reviewing the topics and skills covered on the test. It can also incorporate practice sessions in which you complete example test questions or sections, which is very useful in becoming familiar with the content and layout of the LSAT, as well as the format of the questions. Each course option is available completely online, so you can log in from anywhere. This takes the hassle out of commuting and attending in-person when you have a busy schedule.

What Does a Los Angeles LSAT Class Cover?

The LSAT consists of four sections: Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Writing. For the first three sections, you will use a digital tablet provided to you at the test center. To select an answer, tap on the screen. The tablet has other intuitive features, including a timer with a five-minute warning, the ability to highlight content, and to flag questions you might want to go back to.

The Reading Comprehension section is 35 minutes long and features long-form texts from which you must point out the main idea, explicitly stated information, or the information or ideas that can be inferred. Based on their context, you must identify the meaning or purpose of words or phrases. Questions may require you to identify analogies to a text's claim or argument, how new information affects meaning, and the author's attitude based on a passage's tone.

In the 30-minute Analytical Reasoning section, you must demonstrate how well you understand the structure of presented relationships and use that aptitude to draw conclusions. Your performance depends on your ability to reason with conditional statements, infer what could or must be true based on facts/rules presented, and infer on truth based on facts or rules in conjunction with new hypothetical information. For some questions, two statements are provided, in which you must identify context that is logically equivalent.

The Logical Reasoning section is 70 minutes and consists of two sections. It requires you to analyze, evaluate, and complete arguments in content taken from newspapers, magazines, scholarly publications, advertisements, and informal discourse. The skills assessed include your ability to recognize parts of an argument and their relationships, as well as similarities and differences between patterns of reasoning. The conclusions you draw must be well-supported. Your ability to reason by analogy, apply principles and rules, and recognize misunderstandings, points of disagreement, or assumptions based on presented arguments will also be measured.

A Writing section is also included in the LSAT. While it is unscored, you must read a prompt and choose between two positions or courses of action. Your response must defend your choice and showcase your argumentative writing skills, reasoning, organization, usage of language, and clarity. The position you take is not right or wrong. Any law school to which you apply will receive your writing sample. The LSAT Writing test is administered via a secure online platform separate from the multiple-choice questions; also, you have a year from when you take the rest of the LSAT to complete it.

How Does a Los Angeles LSAT Course Benefit My Preparation?

Just like the LSAT, the course Varsity Tutors provides is digital. It is delivered via a live virtual platform, so you can log in from anywhere and interact with your instructor and peers in a collaborative environment. The LSAT covers a lot of skills and it can be easy to miss something by studying alone. The review your instructor provides and questions your peers raise can reveal areas of opportunity you weren't aware of. For example, your reading comprehension may be strong, but making analytical inferences is an area you need improvement on. Practice exercises can help you work on getting up to speed and reaching for your performance goals.

Group study can help you practice skills such as analyzing, reasoning, and drawing conclusions from arguments for the Logical Reasoning section. When it comes to the format of the LSAT, a Los Angeles LSAT class can help you become more comfortable with it through example. Practice tests can pinpoint where you need improvements and take away the uncertainty as to what to expect. And when you don't fully understand a point, your instructor can set aside one-on-one time to work with you individually, provide more thorough explanations, and answer your questions.

At Varsity Tutors, we recognize your academic studies, work, and family life take up time. That's why we've made scheduling very flexible. When you sign up for a Los Angeles LSAT course, you can choose from two- and four-week courses and pick from one of the new sections starting weekly. Therefore, there's always an option to get you started so no time is wasted in preparing for the exam.

Where Can I Find a Los Angeles LSAT Course?

Listings abound when it comes to test prep courses and study materials. But don't take a chance in fouling the investment you've made in your law school career. Varsity Tutors can set you up with the right course that helps you with the foundational skills and advanced knowledge and aptitudes needed to reach for your test score goals. Remember, there are no deductions for incorrect answers, but you want to minimize guessing and learn invaluable test-taking strategies, which are essential on an exam such as the LSAT.

Starting your next Los Angeles LSAT class is a snap. If you're scheduled to take this challenging exam, don't wait another minute. Contact us today and an educational consultant will assess your needs and concerns and then help you sign up for a class at a most convenient time. We're looking forward to helping you maximize your performance expectations on test day.

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