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LSAT Summer Immersion
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The LSAT. Head on.
This summer boot camp delivers our most intensive LSAT prep experience available—and the unique opportunity to prepare with the very best Princeton Review instructors from across the country.
You will receive 260 hours of specialized prep. Plus, your instructors will be available every day during scheduled office hours to review topics or go over difficult questions with you.
You'll take 6 proctored full-length practice exams to test your knowledge and sharpen your pacing skills. Each test is followed by a 2-hour review where our experts go through the exam question by question to ensure you have a firm grasp of all the concepts. Plus, you'll have access to 130 hours of online drills and explanations so you can review content on your own.
Click below to learn more about this summer's great location:
New York, NY, June 22–August 3, 2014
Access to online content begins 10 days prior to the course start and lasts 270 days.
Our Summer Immersion Instructors
Only the most successful LSAT Instructors—those who deliver the greatest score improvements and receive the best reviews—are called on to lead our LSAT Summer Immersion program. These are the folks who develop our course materials and train and certify Princeton Review LSAT instructors all over the world. Your LSAT Summer Immersion team l includes:
Pawel Slabiak—Private Tutor, New YorkB.A. in Philosophy, Magna Cum Laude, City College of the City University of New York
Talking to him you would never guess, but Pawel is a native of Poland. He believes he was born American – it's just that he had to get here, and pledge allegiance. Upon scoring a 175 on the LSAT, Pawel has spent thousands of hours teaching LSAT courses and tutoring one-on-one, and has seen his students achieve impressive score improvements. With The Princeton Review since 2004, Pawel loves to help prospective graduate students study for the LSAT, GMAT, GRE or MCAT. He has also prepared students for the SAT, SAT Subject Tests and PSAT, both in New York and Spain (he speaks Spanish, too.) A generally curious young man, Pawel wrote his senior thesis on the foundations of logical and mathematical knowledge.
Shaina Walter—Premier Tutor, New YorkB.A. in Political Science and Law & Society, University of California, Santa BarbaraJ.D. with a Concentration in Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Boston University School of LawAdmitted to the Massachusetts Bar
Shaina Walter is originally from California and has been teaching for The Princeton Review since 2003. While in law school, Shaina was the Managing Editor of the American Journal of Law & Medicine, a member of the National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Team and a Student Advisor to first year law students. After graduating from law school, Shaina taught and tutored full-time in Boston and Washington, D.C. before taking on the added role of Tutoring Manager for the Boston office in 2012. Shaina has worked with hundreds of students of all scoring levels and abilities, and particularly enjoys working with high achieving students. Shaina's students are frequently accepted to their top-choice schools and many of her former students are currently attending (or have graduated from) elite universities in the U.S. and abroad. In addition to teaching and tutoring, Shaina works with the Princeton Review's content development teams on several subject areas and trains new teachers for the SSAT, ISEE, LSAT and the Verbal portion of the MCAT. Outside of The Princeton Review, Shaina is an active member of the Junior League of Boston and enjoys traveling around the world with her fiancé.
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