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LSAT Fundamentals Courses
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You vs. the LSAT. Leave no room for appeal.
The LSAT is looming, and you need a smart prep plan to nail a score that will impress your top-choice law schools.
Fundamentals delivers the quality instruction you can expect from The Princeton Review with a complete set of study tools to practice on your own and master what you learn in class. We'll cover the content tested on the LSAT and show you problem-solving and time-management techniques designed to help you become a better test taker and significantly improve your score.
The key to success on the LSAT is to train your mind to be LSAT-ready. Only The Princeton Review teaches using the exclusive Think Like a Lawyer™ methodology. With this course, you'll learn how to deconstruct the LSAT's complex arguments, break down logic games and analyze reading comprehension passages using the reasoning power of a lawyer.
Only a handful of applicants make it past our tough teaching audition and rigorous training regimen. Our stringent requirements ensure that the instructors who are certified to teach our LSAT courses are truly the best of the best in terms of knowledge, experience and dedication.
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Access to materials on the Online Student Center begins on date of course purchase and lasts 120 days from course start date.
Learn face-to-face with a Princeton Review expert in a classroom setting. You'll benefit from the discipline and accountability of the traditional classroom experience while learning and interacting with your peers.
Structured prepYou'll work on your test-taking skills with a knowledgeable instructor who will keep you motivated, focused and on task.
Face-to-face interactionYour teacher will provide feedback and illustrate challenging material with interesting and highly effective lessons.
Engaging lessonsYou'll prepare alongside other students in a dynamic group with lively discussions and collaborative drills.
We offer the most convenient schedules, dates and locations. Click here to find a course near you.
One dedicated Princeton Review expert, a maximum of 4 students per class and highly effective instruction tailored to meet your needs.
Individualized attentionGet extensive personal feedback based on your strengths and weaknesses and focus on what you need to master.
Your own action planThrive in a learning environment with a high level of student-teacher interaction.
Customized schedulesWant to study with friends or classmates? Design your own small group course to prep at the most convenient time and place for you.
Click here to find a course near you or call us at 888-235-7737 to set up your own small-group course.
Attend scheduled class sessions led by a Princeton Review expert and benefit from the same expert instruction and curriculum offered in our traditional in-person courses.
Convenient formatChoose the schedule that fits your lifestyle and enjoy the freedom to join class from anywhere you happen to be. All you need is an Internet connection.
Lively class sessionsAn expert instructor leads the lessons, engages you and assigns homework. Plus, making up a missed class is easy with access to digital recordings of each class session.
Interactive learning environmentAsk questions and collaborate with classmates during drills and in-class practice sessions.
The best instructorsWith our LiveOnline courses, the most talented Princeton Review teachers from coast-to-coast are just a click away.
The Princeton Review's online platformOur state-of-the-art online classroom is powered by Blackboard Collaborate™, the leading provider of virtual learning solutions in higher education. This innovative technology features:
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