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A good score on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is required for those who wish to gain admittance into law school. Schools all have different score requirements, with the most elite requiring the highest score. If you are preparing for an upcoming LSAT exam, it is important to devote the time, attention, and resources to make sure you achieve the best score possible. The educational directors at Varsity Tutors may help you connect with an independent tutor in Tucson, AZ, who may assist you in understanding the LSAT.

The LSAT is comprised of five sections. Each of the sections has a time limit of 35 minutes and is multiple choice. The five sections are reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, a variable section, and a writing sample. The reading comprehension section may be from text covering natural sciences, humanities, social sciences, or law. The analytical reasoning section is sometimes referred to as the logic games section, because the questions are in the form of problems or puzzles to be solved. The logical reasoning section may require you to analyze arguments and evaluate them for main points and any flaws in reasoning. The variable section includes new questions that are being tested for future tests and could be any of the main sections. These questions do not count towards the final score, but may not be identifiable to you. The writing section of the test may allow your ability to form and support an argument based on the facts to be presented. This section may not be scored, but is sent to any law schools to which you choose to apply. If you are struggling with the topics in any of these sections, prepare for your exam with a professional LSAT tutor in Tucson.

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Session Summaries by LSAT Tutors

LSAT Tutoring review by Cody in Tucson, AZ
The student and I reviwed her homework, which consisted of the mean value theorem, developing critical points, and understanding 1st and 2nd derivatives. She was very adept at grasping what each of the functions indicated, and understood the theory and definitions.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Noe' in Tucson, AZ
We studied the family tree: madre, padre, tío, tía, abuelo, abuela, primo, etc. We also went through structures such as: le gusta, le encanta, etc. There were other terms introduced such as: abrir, preparar, etc.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Nikki in Tucson, AZ
Tonight we focused on reading and math in particular. We spent a little time discussing the difference between transitive and intransitive verbs, as well as going over the Metric system of measurement. We did two practice tests, one for reading and one for math.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Kim in Tucson, AZ
Reviewed parabolas and systems of equations. Worked on factoring and using FOIL to find the length of a side. Worked on locus word problems. We finished the written response portion of the previous exam. He is doing well, he just needs to read carefully and double check his work.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Dayna in Tucson, AZ
The student is doing very well. We made good progress on his Mythbusters assignment. He completed two paragraphs and has five more to complete. I've tasked him with writing two more paragraphs by our session next week.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Isabella in Tucson, AZ
The student and I went over the first of two verbs for "to be," which I introduced at the end of last lesson. We also reviewed the fact that this way of saying "I am" does not apply to the expressions "I am cold," "I am hot," "I am hungry," or "I am __ years old." Once he was comfortable making that distinction, we worked on the different circumstances that require the use of this first verb for "to be." At the end of the lesson, I introduced the second verb for "to be," after discussing at length how the circumstances for its usage differ from those for which we use the first verb for "to be."
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