Get a head start on the December LSAT with classes starting this weekend

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There are plenty of good reasons to wait to take the LSAT on December 2nd. Perhaps you prefer studying in the crisp fall air, as opposed to the stultifying heat of the dog days of summer. Perhaps you were scared off by the super impacted testing centers of the September exam. Perhaps you prefer to celebrate completing the exam with a hot toddy or robust porter appropriate to December, rather than the julips or saisons of late summer.

Or maybe, like a lot of people, you just sort of procrastinated? Hey! No judgments here. Studying for the LSAT can be a little intimidating, a pre-law school hurdle you’d rather defer. If this sounds like you, why not end the trend of procrastination and get a head start on your studies?

Because we have a handful of classes, starting this weekend, to jump-start your LSAT prep. The September LSAT hasn’t even passed, but we’re already helping law school hopefuls prepare for the December test. So if you’re in Berkeley, Downtown Los Angeles, Westwood, or New York, why not show a little initiative and sign up for the best LSAT prep course out there?

And we’ll help make the LSAT way less intimidating — a test that you can approach with gusto rather than trepidation. We’ll take you step-by-step through each section of the LSAT with 112 hours of classroom instruction from some of the best LSAT instructors in the biz. You’ll get a study plan to help reinforce all the skills you’ll learn about while you were in class. You’ll get access to our state-of-the-art online account and iOS app so you can study on the go.
You’re signing up for a course whose students average an 11-point increase throughout their practice exams. And with these courses, you’re starting early, giving you plenty of time to prepare for the December test. So maybe stop kicking the can down the road? Learn all about our classroom experience and enroll right here.

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