Here is a piece I wrote for TestPrepAdvisor.com on how to tackle the reading-comprehension section of the LSAT. I hope it helps you.
My annual Law School Savvy seminar will be held July 19-21 (Fri-Sun) in Austin, Texas! The seminar is focused on practical information for law-school success, covering topics like adjusting to law school, prepping for class, taking notes in class, making outlines, exam prep, summer and post-graduation employment, and more. Through June 15, registration is 10% off. For more information, check out our FAQs.
Last year was my first year of PreLawCoach, and I am so thankful to everyone who used my services, as I tried to get the business off the ground. This year, PreLawCoach grew tremendously. Not counting all of the hours I spent reviewing resumes, personal statements, and other application documents, I spent 411 hours in sessions, up from 120 hours in 2017! I am so honored to be able to be a (small) part of so many applicants' journeys to law school and hope to be able to serve even more in 2019. To each of them, my sincerest thanks; and, to everyone, very best wishes for the new year!
Application season is underway, so I want to let you know I offer a range of application/admission services. You can book a session to chat generally about your applications, about choosing a school, or anything else. I offer review of resumes, personal statements, supplemental statements, and school-specific statements; and I offer bundling and prepayment discounts. You get 10% off your bill, when you bundle 2 services (e.g. resume review and personal-statement review); 15% off when you bundle 3. If you prepay, you get another 10% off. My turnaround is usually pretty quick, so you shouldn't have to wait long for me to give you my edits. So, if you'd like any help with your applications, don't hesitate to contact me.
After you take an LSAT diagnostic, it's extremely helpful to take stock of the questions you missed, to break down the misses into question categories & question types. Doing so reveals which question categories/types, if any, were particularly problematic for you, and helps you prioritize your prep, moving forward. The same is true for subsequent practice tests and for any actual LSAT score, if you intend to take the test again. If you don't have the time or energy to do this yourself, let me know. I conduct such inventories for the price of $25 per LSAT (whether diagnostic LSAT, subsequent practice LSAT, or actual LSAT).