Fall classes begin this weekend in NY, LA, and Berkeley!

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As the song goes, “everybody’s working for the weekend.” Well, this weekend, there’s a whole new reason to work: four LSAT prep classes are starting up in the next few days. If you are planning on applying to law school this cycle, or just hoping to get a score for the next time around, the December LSAT is a fast just around the corner, and these classes will all give you an excellent opportunity to succeed.

First up, there is a class starting on 9/9 in Berkeley. This one will be taught by Aaron Cohn. When I was learning to be an instructor, I had the pleasure of watching Aaron teach a class. He is an engaging, entertaining, and highly effective teacher. He managed the elusive perfect score of 180 on the LSAT, so you’re definitely in good hands.

Next, there is a class starting in Downtown Los Angeles on 9/10. This one will be taught by the brilliant Branden Frankel. Branden not only scored a 175 on the LSAT, but he also went to UCLA Law and practiced for a number of years. He has many years of teaching experience, not to mention a wide breadth of sci-fi knowledge. Speaking of Los Angeles, there will also be a class starting on 9/10 in Westwood, just blocks away from one of the premiere educational institutions in the world (go Bruins!).

Last, but not least, there is a class starting on 9/10 in Midtown Manhattan, the home of another one of the premiere educational institutions in the world (go Lions! … no bias here). The instructor, Julien Hawthorne, is an attendee of that very institution, and he managed the lofty score of 170 on the LSAT.

More information about these locations can be found here. Best of luck in your new (or continuing) LSAT journey! Oh, and by the way, if you use promo code PLUS11 when you check out, you’ll get an 11% discount.

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