The PowerScore Live Online Weekend LSAT Course -
Limited Time Price - Enroll by Nov. 22nd
- Four 4-hour sessions taught over two consecutive weekends for a total of 16 hours of live online instruction
- Saturday and Sunday morning and afternoon class options allow for a completely customized schedule
- Additional 19 hours of online teaching sessions for a total of 35 hours of instruction
- Instant access to a recorded archive of each session from the course for review
- Lessons taught by one of our senior instructors and LSAT experts, each of whom has scored in the 99th percentile on an official LSAT
- Hundreds of pages of material Official LSAT questions and practice tests from LSAC
- Extensive Online Student Center with test scoring and feedback, and additional course supplements
- Available worldwide
The PowerScore Live Online LSAT Course
The PowerScore Live Online Weekend LSAT Course is the most effective short-term preparation available for the LSAT. If you want fast and efficient preparation for the exam, the Virtual Weekend Course is for you. Here are a few of the reasons why:
The Virtual Weekend Course consists of four 4-hour sessions taught over two consecutive weekends for a total of 16 hours of live online instruction by one of our highly-trained instructors. After the course is over, you can review an additional 19 hours of online lecture sessions. In total, there are 35 available course hours. The cost of the 16-hour virtual weekend course is a very reasonable $395. Given that some companies charge nearly $1200 for courses with similar hours of lecture time, this is an incredible value.
The price includes the complete Virtual Weekend booklet, use of authentic LSAT questions, pre-class study material and practice LSATs, nine official take-home LSATs, extensive homework, online lecture sessions, and access to our Email Assistance Program and Online Student Center. No other company offers you so much for such a low price.
The Best Instructors
All of our instructors have scored in the 99th percentile or better on a LSAC administered LSAT. When you step into our class you can be assured that your instructor has an absolute command over the concepts that appear on the LSAT and the most effective techniques for attacking those concepts.
In addition, our instructors are enthusiastic and truly enjoy teaching, and we only hire instructors who can patiently and effectively explain the ideas in our course.
The Best Material, including Licensed Use of Official LSAT Questions
The Virtual Weekend Course materials and fully-tested techniques are taken directly from our renowned full-length LSAT course. You will learn such important techniques as how to recognize and attack the major Logical Reasoning question types and reasoning structures, how to quickly and efficiently diagram every type of Logic Game, and how to break down Reading Comprehension passages thoroughly and completely. For the full listing of topics, check out our Weekend LSAT Course Syllabus.
PowerScore is licensed by the Law School Admission Council (the producers of the LSAT) to reproduce questions from actual released LSATs. Since concepts tend to repeat from test to test, only by studying real questions can you get the insight necessary to attack the methods used by the test makers. Every single problem set question in the Live Online Weekend LSAT Course and the Homework has appeared on a previously released LSAT, giving you the opportunity to closely study the concepts that appear on the test. This provides you with a huge advantage over other preparation courses and books based on simulated questions.
Our course contains exclusive, fully-tested techniques and methodologies. Thousands of students have taken our courses and significantly improved their scores. We expand and update our course materials regularly, ensuring that you have all of the tools available to help you achieve your LSAT potential.
Our Live Online Weekend LSAT Course features hundreds of pages of material. Once the course is completed, you take with you a comprehensive set of homework problems, drills, and analyses, including access to nine official LSAT practice tests! The homework section is an essential part of the course and provides you with the opportunity to develop and refine your ability to apply our techniques and methodologies. Although the PowerScore LSAT Bibles are not included in the course materials in their published form, many of the techniques and strategies contained in the Bible series are covered in the Virtual Weekend Course materials.
Online Student Center
Prior to the Virtual Weekend Course you will be given access to our Online Student Center, which contains a variety of pre-course and post-course preparation material. The pre-course information contains detailed sections on the scoring scale, the experimental section, test-taking strategies, and primers to help you establish a foundation for attacking the different sections of the test. The PowerScore Online Test Scoring System allows you to take a practice test prior to the course, input your answers, and receive an immediate evaluation of your performance. Online scoring is also available for each of the post-course LSATs.
The online Student Center also contains expanded information on concepts you learn in class so that you can continue to prepare after the live portion of your class is completed. Examples of the post-course online information include advanced discussions of Logical Reasoning question types such as Numbers and Percentages and Must Be True questions, a discussion of Grouping Games from the Logic Games section, setups for each Logic Game from the either practice tests, and advice on how to determine your score immediately after taking the LSAT. You even have access to the Online Student Center until two test administrations after you take the course so you can get an update on test difficulty, the experimental section, and other useful test information.
Free Email Assistance
After you complete the course, our free Email Assistance program will help you with any homework questions you may have from the homework or any of the practice tests. Just send us an email with your questions and an instructor will get right back to you, usually within a few hours.
Personal Attention and Unmatched Student Support
Our service and support is the best in the industry! Give us a callâ€”you'll talk to a real person immediately. We promise not to stick you in a class with 80 students, place you on hold for an indefinite period of time, or make you come to our office for your tests and materials.
The numbers speak for themselves...
Total Course Lecture Hours: These figures represent the total number of classroom lecture hours for each course. In some cities Kaplan or Princeton Review may offer other live course options with fewer or greater hours.
Free Email Assistance Program: Each student in the PowerScore Virtual Weekend LSAT class receives access to our free e-mail assistance program. Kaplan and Princeton Review students, do not offer such a program. Why not make sure you have every tool available at your disposal?
Course Cost: Again, these costs may vary by location.
Please note: The use of mobile devices (smart phones, tablets, etc.) may not be fully supported.
What we cover in class
The PowerScore Live Online Weekend LSAT Course consists of four 4-hour sessions
taught over two consecutive weekends for a total of 16 hours of live online
instruction. You will be provided with access to a pre-virtual weekend practice
LSAT (the June 2003 LSAT), as well as a seminar booklet that includes an
extensive homework comprised of questions, drills, analyses, and another
eight practice LSATs for you to work on once the weekend course concludes.
The combined Course and Homework material totals over 600 pages in length.
The following syllabus is used in the PowerScore Live Online Weekend LSAT
- Logical Reasoning
- Logic Games
- Logical Reasoning
- Logical Reasoning
- Logic Games
- Reading Comprehension
- Logic Games
- Logical Reasoning
Attacking the Stimulus
When to Read the Question Stem
The Elements of Argumentation
Identifying Premises and Conclusions
Analyzing the Question Stem
Logical Reasoning Question Types
The Answer Choices
Must Be True Questions
Main Point Questions
Sufficient and Necessary Conditions
Reversals and Negations
Conditional Reasoning Problems
Approaching the Games
Setups and Diagramming
Attacking the Section
Rule Representation: Blocks, Sequencing, and Dual-Options
Basic Linear Games
Typical Weaken Scenarios
Cause and Effect Reasoning
Causality in Weaken Questions
The Supporter/Defender Assumption Model™
The Assumption Negation Technique™
Justify the Conclusion™ Questions
The Justify Formula™
Advanced Linear Setups and Multiple Stacks
The Separation Principle™
Diagramming the Passages
The Principle of Grouping
Unified Grouping Theory™
Diagramming the Rules
The Double-Not Arrow
Linear vs Grouping Symbolizations
Hurdle the Uncertainty™
Method of Reasoning Questions
Flaw in the Reasoning Questions
Classic LSAT Fallacies
Parallel Reasoning Questions
The Parallel Reasoning Elemental Attack™:
Double the Conclusion™
Test of Abstraction™.
Resolve the Paradox Questions
Point at Issue Questions
The Agree/Disagree Test™
Science and Technology Passages
Comparative Reading Passages
Numerical Distribution Games
Identifying Numerical Distributions
Fixed vs Unfixed Distributions
Numerical Distribution Identification Drill
Limited Solution Set Games
Identify the Templates™
- The Writing Sample
Writing Sample Analysis
The Decision Prompt
The Pro-Con Format
The Decision Prompt Writing Sample