What is the LSAT?
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a test used in the Law School Admissions process to differentiate applicants and better indicate how well a student will do as a law student. LSAT score is a major part of determining which law schools a person can get into. With few exceptions, law students must take the LSAT before applying to law schools and performing well on the test is crucial to getting into top programs around the country and the world.
What is this event?
We are offering a FREE full 6 hour LSAT practice test administered by law school expert Nathan Fox of Fox LSAT located in the Bay Area. Nathan Fox will be joined by Ann Levine, a specialist in Law School admissions who will speak on the process of applying to law schools around the country.
Where is this event?
The room location will be announced soon but it definitely will be on campus here at UC Santa Barbara.
When is this event?
The event is on Saturday, May 23rd over Memorial Day Weekend. The event will begin at 12:30 and will last as late as 7:30 but you can leave early if necessary.
Why should I come to this event?
LSAT preparation is very expensive and difficult to manage at times. Before sinking hundreds or even thousands of dollars into an LSAT preparation course, taking a free, consequence free practice test at our event can be a good indicator of what kind of preparation service you need to look for. This event is completely FREE.
How do I register for this event?
TO REGISTER: Fill out this RSVP form:
If you have any other questions please direct them to my email at Eli.Jarmel@gmail.com or message me directly on Facebook.