The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is the most common test that students can use as part of their applications to law schools. Unlike other standardized tests (e.g., SAT, ACT, MCAT), the LSAT is not meant to test what a student learned in school but rather is intended to test their aptitudes for logical reasoning and reading comprehension, two critical skills for a lawyer to have. The LSAT consists of five multiple-choice sections: two logical reasoning, one reading comprehension, one logic games, and one additional ungraded section that can be any of the previous three types. Law schools weigh an applicant LSAT score more heavily than any other single element when evaluating them for admission, so a good LSAT score could easily be the difference between acceptance and rejection.
The Difference with Bulldog Tutors
At Bulldog Tutors, our tutors have all scored in the 99th percentile of LSAT scores, so you can be sure that you will receive top-quality LSAT tutoring. Our tutors also are masters of the logic games section, the most notoriously tricky section on the LSAT. No matter whether you need help in just one area, or if you’d like tutoring from the ground up, our tutors can help you get the LSAT score that you need to get into your top-choice law schools.