Score Higher on the LSAT

Score Higher on the LSAT

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Score Higher on the LSAT is the ultimate insider's guide to the LSAT, loaded with tips, tricks, and strategies that will help you score higher! Authored by Steven W. Dulan of Advantage Education, a law professor and test prep tutor who has helped hundreds of LSAT students over the past 20 years, Score Higher on the LSAT is like having a constant tutor that you can take with you everywhere. Steve will share with you the insider info that you need to score higher on you exam, including strategies for overcoming text anxiety, beating your worst fears, and mastering all the exam topics.



The book features 50 exclusive Power Tips - invaluable tidbits of information that are guaranteed to make a difference on test day, as well as 501 vocabulary words from actual LSAT exams and over 100 practice questions to help you drill and practice your way to a higher score. Score Higher on the LSAT also features the inside scoop from college admission counselors, interviews with students who have taken the exam, and a special LSAT HelpDesk (an LSAT FAQ sheet). You will also receive exclusive access to additional practice questions online!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 203 x 254mm
  • Pearson It Certification
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0789735377
  • 9780789735379

About Steven W. Dulan

Steve Dulan is founder and president of Advantage Education, a company offering courses on PSAT, ACT, SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, Law School and Bar Review. Steve's background in teaching standardized testing classes is extensive, dating back to 1989 when he was an area director and master instructor for Kaplan, Inc. in Michigan and Ohio. He has taught at various colleges on numerous topics including all of the standardized tests taken by high school and college students, as well as various law classes, the Graduate School Preparation Program and GRE Preparation Program for Underprivileged/ Minority College Students, and many others.
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