If you need extra help to master the Logic Games, surmount old bad habits that are hindering your skills in Reading Comprehension, or overcome preconceptions to properly structure Logical Reasoning arguments, LSAT Plus provides the strategic LSAT preparation that you need, coupled with the extra help and instruction that you want.
LSAT Plus includes our comprehensive 42-hour LSAT course (already a highly personalized learning experience) and four hours of 1-1 tutoring.
As you aim for a top LSAT score, the best LSAT prep should prepare you not only to train your weaknesses but also to race your strengths.
In addition to our LSAT prep course's rigorous, focused curriculum and effective learning materials, you'll get better results working with Austin LSAT Prep's experienced professor, who will provide the techniques and strategy you need to advance your score. However, we believe that the biggest "plus" for you is our commitment to your overall learning and success.
“Dr. Amar identified question types with which I was struggling as well as patterns in my errors, and helped me to recognize and target them so that I could better handle them under time pressure. He also worked step-by-step with me through the logic games on my practice tests so that I could learn how to get through them faster and more efficiently.”
The above schedule is typical and apportions time, in decreasing order, to Argument Analysis, Logic Games, and Reading Comprehension. This allocation is subject to dynamic adjustment depending on the needs and performance of the class.
Tutoring must be scheduled in two-hour minimum increments. We suggest the following use of your two-hour tutoring sessions.
(1) By Workshop 6-7, you will have been introduced to topics in and strategies for argument analysis, logic games, and reading comprehension. You should also have taken at least two practice tests. At this point, additional 1-1 tutoring can help you to address any problem areas that you have found.
(2) By Workshop 9, your class will have almost concluded, and you should have taken at least five practice tests. As exam day approaches, this would be an ideal time to ask any final questions during 1-1 tutoring time with your professor.
We suggest that you do not use all four hours in a single tutoring session, because we have found that long periods of intensive tutoring may have diminishing returns. Instead, we recommend two hours of tutoring time, with a short break at the one-hour mark, to allow you to focus and absorb new information effectively.