Fall 2015 Session:
Nov. 7: Analytical Reasoning, 9am - 1 pm, Swen Parson 150
Nov. 7: Logical Reasoning, 2 - 6pm, Swen Parson 150
Nov. 14: Reading Comprehension & Writing Sample, 9am - 1pm, Swen Parson 150
Nov. 14: Analytical Reasoning II & Logical Reasoning II, 2 - 6pm, Swen Parson 150
Spring 2016 Session:
April 23: Analytical Reasoning, 9am - 1 pm, Swen Parson 150
April 23: Logical Reasoning, 2 - 6pm, Swen Parson 150
April 30: Reading Comprehension & Writing Sample, 9am - 1pm, Swen Parson 150
April 30: Analytical Reasoning II & Logical Reasoning II, 2 - 6pm, Swen Parson 150
This section of the test measures your ability to understand what you read. The LSAT Review instructor will guide you with certain techniques to enhance your knowledge and insight.
The review of logical reasoning will help you identify conclusions, discover hidden assumptions, and critically evaluate the strengths or weakness of an argument.
If you don't have a strategy, this section of the test will be difficult-if not impossible. In this part of the review, you will learn strategies for diagramming and coding conditions to solve problems and draw correct conclusions.
You will be given a system for generating ideas on a surprise topic, so you can skillfully express and support the position you take.
Instructor: Greg C. Anderson, J.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Director of Career Opportunities and Development, NIU College of Law
Materials include Computer Adaptive CD-ROM* (tutorial; diagnostic test; adaptive logic, analytical, and grammar skill builders; practice tests). Fee includes comprehensive workbook, several actual previous exams and a practice CD ROM.
$495 ($445 if registered one week before the first class)
$445 for NIU Students, Alumni, and Employees ($395 if registered one week before the first class)
Registrations cannot be confirmed without payment
* Book & CD will be distributed during the first class session.