This post is for any prelaw student taking the LSAT exam on or after Oct. 2020. This fall HPPLC will be offering its 20-hour LSAT prep class via Zoom/Canvas. Taking this online LSAT Prep Class this fall will help you keep moving toward your goal of applying to law school.
- How to Register:
- Cost: $225 (deducted from your bursar account)
- Where: Registered students will receive invitation to Canvas and Zoom meeting schedule.
- When: Sept. 14–Oct. 7, 2020 (see attachment for full schedule and required materials)
About the Class
This 20-hour LSAT prep course offers strategy for approaching all sections of the exam. Students will receive a Canvas invitation following registration. The course is bookended by two in-class timed exams so that students can obtain a baseline score and learn the skills necessary to start their own individual practice should they need to raise their score further. Students usually see a 5-10 point reported score improvement between the start and end of the course. After completing the 20 hours of in-class strategy prep, students who need to further raise their score are encouraged to train using preferred practice materials.
Instructor: Michael Glennon
Michael Glennon is a third-year law student at Maurer School of Law with a B.S. in Chemistry from Indiana University, as well. He has tutored for the ACT/SAT and taught English in Madrid, Spain. Michael spent this past summer working in the chambers of Magistrate Judge Litkovitz in Cincinnati, OH. He is currently pursuing careers in intellectual property and helping local inventors through the IP clinic pro bono group on campus.
QUESTIONS? Contact HPPLC directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-855-1873.
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