APL 300 - Post-Graduate Preparation Seminar - Law School I
One Credit Fall and Spring Semesters
Students will learn methods for answering each of the LSAT question types as they appear on the LSAT. Test-taking strategies to maximize your strengths and minimize your weaknesses will be emphasized. The course begins with a full-length, three-hour pre-test which will be corrected and discussed during the second class. Mandatory homework will be taken from released LSATs and will support principles taught in class. Classes during the first session meet twice a week on Sunday and Wednesday, for four hours per session, for the first month of the Fall Semester and the last month and ½ of the spring semester.
Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior Standing. Students enrolled in this one credit course will be billed an additional $300 on their semester tuition bills.