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Preparing for the GRE 10/21

$300

with Center for Legal Studies

Calendar Oct 21, 2019 , runs for 7 weeks

Applying to graduate school likely means taking the GRE revised General Test. This online format combines the convenience of independent study with the camaraderie of a classroom environment.

The GRE revised General Test has three separate sections – analytical writing, verbal, and quantitative. Our online course is divided into two separate courses, one to prepare you for the analytical writing and verbal sections and one to prepare you for the quantitative section.

The quantitative course features a math review and techniques for tackling the discrete quantitative and data interpretation questions that make up the math section of the GRE.

In the course that covers the analytical writing and verbal sections of the GRE, we show you how to do your best on the three types of questions in the verbal section — reading, text completion, and sentence equivalence – and the two essay tasks in the analytical writing section.

You’ll practice on actual GRE questions from previous years and learn specific time-saving techniques for the computer-based test.

Requirements: Internet access, e-mail, and the Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome web browser.

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Preparing for the GRE 7/1

$300

with Center for Legal Studies

Calendar Jul 1, 2019 , runs for 7 weeks

Applying to graduate school likely means taking the GRE revised General Test. This online format combines the convenience of independent study with the camaraderie of a classroom environment.

The GRE revised General Test has three separate sections – analytical writing, verbal, and quantitative. Our online course is divided into two separate courses, one to prepare you for the analytical writing and verbal sections and one to prepare you for the quantitative section.

The quantitative course features a math review and techniques for tackling the discrete quantitative and data interpretation questions that make up the math section of the GRE.

In the course that covers the analytical writing and verbal sections of the GRE, we show you how to do your best on the three types of questions in the verbal section — reading, text completion, and sentence equivalence – and the two essay tasks in the analytical writing section.

You’ll practice on actual GRE questions from previous years and learn specific time-saving techniques for the computer-based test.

Requirements: Internet access, e-mail, and the Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome web browser.

SCAElegal

Preparing for the GRE 8/26

$300

with Center for Legal Studies

Calendar Aug 26, 2019 , runs for 7 weeks

Applying to graduate school likely means taking the GRE revised General Test. This online format combines the convenience of independent study with the camaraderie of a classroom environment.

The GRE revised General Test has three separate sections – analytical writing, verbal, and quantitative. Our online course is divided into two separate courses, one to prepare you for the analytical writing and verbal sections and one to prepare you for the quantitative section.

The quantitative course features a math review and techniques for tackling the discrete quantitative and data interpretation questions that make up the math section of the GRE.

In the course that covers the analytical writing and verbal sections of the GRE, we show you how to do your best on the three types of questions in the verbal section — reading, text completion, and sentence equivalence – and the two essay tasks in the analytical writing section.

You’ll practice on actual GRE questions from previous years and learn specific time-saving techniques for the computer-based test.

Requirements: Internet access, e-mail, and the Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome web browser.

SCAElegal

Preparing for the LSAT 10/21

$300

with Center for Legal Studies

Calendar Oct 21, 2019 , runs for 7 weeks

Applying to law school means taking the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).  This course provides an overview of law school entrance procedures, a career in law, and law school survival techniques. It includes an intensive review of reading comprehension and logical reasoning questions, including techniques for quick elimination of incorrect answers, explanations and interpretations of correct answers, and approaches for selecting the correct answers. You will also learn proven test taking techniques and participate in an intensive review of analytical reasoning questions, including techniques for drafting the most helpful types of diagrams and explanations for and interpretations of correct answer choices. You will also learn the outline format that law school admissions counselors favor for the writing sample.

This course will prepare you to perform well on all three question types on the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning. Plus you will gain valuable insight into preparing an impressive writing sample.You will practice on actual LSAT exams from previous years and learn test-taking techniques developed by The Center for Legal Studies and taught to thousands of pre-law students around the world.

SCAElegal

 

Preparing for the LSAT 7/1

$300

with Center for Legal Studies

Calendar Jul 1, 2019 , runs for 7 weeks

Applying to law school means taking the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).  This course provides an overview of law school entrance procedures, a career in law, and law school survival techniques. It includes an intensive review of reading comprehension and logical reasoning questions, including techniques for quick elimination of incorrect answers, explanations and interpretations of correct answers, and approaches for selecting the correct answers. You will also learn proven test taking techniques and participate in an intensive review of analytical reasoning questions, including techniques for drafting the most helpful types of diagrams and explanations for and interpretations of correct answer choices. You will also learn the outline format that law school admissions counselors favor for the writing sample.

This course will prepare you to perform well on all three question types on the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning. Plus you will gain valuable insight into preparing an impressive writing sample.You will practice on actual LSAT exams from previous years and learn test-taking techniques developed by The Center for Legal Studies and taught to thousands of pre-law students around the world.

SCAElegal

 

Preparing for the LSAT 8/26

$300

with Center for Legal Studies

Calendar Aug 26, 2019 , runs for 7 weeks

Applying to law school means taking the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).  This course provides an overview of law school entrance procedures, a career in law, and law school survival techniques. It includes an intensive review of reading comprehension and logical reasoning questions, including techniques for quick elimination of incorrect answers, explanations and interpretations of correct answers, and approaches for selecting the correct answers. You will also learn proven test taking techniques and participate in an intensive review of analytical reasoning questions, including techniques for drafting the most helpful types of diagrams and explanations for and interpretations of correct answer choices. You will also learn the outline format that law school admissions counselors favor for the writing sample.

This course will prepare you to perform well on all three question types on the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning. Plus you will gain valuable insight into preparing an impressive writing sample.You will practice on actual LSAT exams from previous years and learn test-taking techniques developed by The Center for Legal Studies and taught to thousands of pre-law students around the world.

SCAElegal

 

Preparing for the SAT 10/21

$150

with Center for Legal Studies

Calendar Oct 21, 2019 , runs for 7 weeks

If you are college bound, you will probably be required to take the SAT. Almost all undergraduate colleges and universities require that prospective students take either the ACT or the SAT and most students take both. Taking this course first will prepare you for all question types found on the SAT using test-taking techniques taught to thousands of college bound students around the world. We will analyze each of the test question areas and give special consideration given to math and verbal refreshers and techniques aimed at relieving test-taking anxiety. You will practice on actual SAT tests from previous years, and we fully explain and interpret the correct and incorrect answers in an online format.

Topics include command of evidence, words in context, information and ideas, rhetoric and synthesis questions for the reading section, expression of ideas, grammar and Standard English conventions for the writing section, essay writing for the optional essay, and basic and advanced math concepts (including fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios, and proportions) and algebraic, geometric, and trigonometric concepts for the math sections.

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Preparing for the SAT 7/1

$150

with Center for Legal Studies

Calendar Jul 1, 2019 , runs for 7 weeks

If you are college bound, you will probably be required to take the SAT. Almost all undergraduate colleges and universities require that prospective students take either the ACT or the SAT and most students take both. Taking this course first will prepare you for all question types found on the SAT using test-taking techniques taught to thousands of college bound students around the world. We will analyze each of the test question areas and give special consideration given to math and verbal refreshers and techniques aimed at relieving test-taking anxiety. You will practice on actual SAT tests from previous years, and we fully explain and interpret the correct and incorrect answers in an online format.

Topics include command of evidence, words in context, information and ideas, rhetoric and synthesis questions for the reading section, expression of ideas, grammar and Standard English conventions for the writing section, essay writing for the optional essay, and basic and advanced math concepts (including fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios, and proportions) and algebraic, geometric, and trigonometric concepts for the math sections.

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