100+ HOURS OF ASS KICKING LSAT PREP VIDEOS
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What's in the Box?
Our course contains everything you need to conquer the LSAT. It comes with 8 months of access to video lessons that you can watch (and pause, rewind, and rewatch) as often as—and at whatever time—you’d like. Each video is playable at multiple speeds, so you can slow down or speed up the action as you need.
The videos come in two types: Theory videos, in which Dave introduces you to each type of question the test writers ask and presents his theoretical framework for understanding and attacking questions; and the Practice videos, where you can watch Dave put that theory into… practice, using all of the actual LSAT questions contained in the books referred to below.
Your course also contains tips for creating a syllabus for whatever amount of time you have until test day, with specific, action-oriented advice for how to structure and conduct your homework sessions, plus tips on how to take practice tests, how to make the most of the course, and how to get faster at the LSAT, among other things.
Your course also comes with full support for any questions you might have. Typically, our students find the course videos so complete that they need little (or no) further help, but if you ever do find that you need more assistance, it’s always there for you—you can ask questions in whatever manner is most convenient to you (our internal messaging system, email, text message, carrier pigeon), and Dave will get you an answer fast.
You also get complete video instructions detailing a precise, specific methodology for answering every question, and seeing each question as belonging to a family of similar questions. This way, your work becomes automatic and fast.
Our Velocity Theory video lessons first introduce each type of question asked on the LSAT, then walk you through a step-by-step approach to the questions as they appear on recent PrepTests.
Why do you use those tests?
We’ve used only more recent material for our course; you’ll be taking the most-recent test on test day, so your practice should be recent and reflect the test in its current condition. We don’t believe that the older tests are as useful, so we don't use them,and we don’t think you should have to pay for them.
Why don’t you have PrepTest [X]?
We’ve chosen to use only newer PrepTests that are available from LSAC. That’s why we’ve omitted certain tests between PrepTest 38 and PrepTest 52—LSAC doesn’t make the omitted tests readily available, so we’re not going to require you to hunt down those tests.
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Answer Central is a library of recorded answers that have been asked by students throughout the years . These answers are taken from questions asked either through The Forum or straight from our messaging system. All of the answers are accessible anytime by all members.
Develop a complete, detailed syllabus showing you exactly what to do every day until your test. Whether you have sixteen weeks until test day or only two (oh, snap!), you'll have a precise plan of action to lead you all the way there in ass-kicking fashion.
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Grade and keep track of every practice test published this entire millennium! All test results are presented with user friendly charts and graphs to clearly gauge your strengths and weaknesses.
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