Can I really study for the LSAT?
Yes. The LSAT is not a test of innate intelligence. It is designed to test your critical reasoning abilities under time-intensive conditions. Like many standardized tests, the LSAT is based on core principles that can be learned, exercised, and refined. Advantage Testing instructors present methods for identifying and understanding the specific question types encountered on the exam, while providing a detailed evaluation of each individual student's strengths and weaknesses. Our intellectually rigorous approach to LSAT preparation consistently leads to significant score improvements, sharper reasoning skills, and heightened self-confidence for our students.