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The Richardson - www.prep.com eClassroom has been designed for those who want to begin their LSAT Preparation prior to the start of our live course. The pre-course component consists of 12 lessons. Lessons 1 - 10 are LSAT lessons and are relevant to all applicants. Lessons 11 and 12 will be of interest only to those of you applying to U.S. law schools. Please note that LSATs 19 - 38 and the commentary will be made available at the live course. Although pre-course lessons 1 - 12 will help you, completion of them is NOT a prerequisite to participating in our live course. Please note that each of these 12 lessons is password protected. You should use the password you received when you registered. If you registered by email please read the email again.

We are unable to offer telephone support for any aspect of the eClassroom.

The eClassroom is composed of the following three parts:

Part I: Understanding The LSAT - Purpose Use Prior To And During The Live Course

Part II: Online Commentary For LSAT Tests 19 - 38 - Purpose To Be Used During And After The Live Course

Part III: Law School Application Issues - To Be Used At Any Time

Part I: Understanding The LSAT - Use Prior To And During The Live Course

Lesson 1 - Introduction - Diagnostic Test And Analysis.

Lesson 2 - Introduction To The LSAT

Lesson 3 - Analytical Reasoning - Puzzle Intro & Ordinal puzzles

Lesson 4 - Analytical Reasoning - Organizational Puzzles

Lesson 5 - Analytical Reasoning - Some Less-Common Puzzles

Lesson 6 - Reading Comprehension - Reading Comprehension

Lesson 6A - Supplement For Reading Comprehension.

Lesson 7 - Logical Reasoning - The Major Question Types

Lesson 8 - Logical Reasoning - Some Minor Question Types

Lesson 9 - The Writing Sample

Lesson 10 - Preparing For The Test Day Itself

Part II: Online Commentary For LSAT Tests 19 - 28 - Purpose To Be Used During And After The Live Course

You will be given access to this portion of the site during the live course and these actual LSATs at the live course. Access to one actual LSAT and commentary for that LSAT may be found in Lesson 1 above. Access to Part II is NOT available prior to the live course.

Part III: Law School Application Issues - To Be Used At Any Time

Applying To Law School In Canada

The application deadline date for Ontario law schools is November 1. The deadline for other Canadian and U.S. schools varies. Make sure that you understand the application procedure for all schools. Spend a good part of the summer working on all parts of your application file.

For help in this regard consider the following two books by John Richardson:
1. Mastering The Personal Statement - Richardson Press
2. Law School Bound - Richardson Press

Visit our online bookstore.

In addition you will find application workshops on our main site at: http://www.prep.com and http://www.lawschoolbound.com

Applying To Law School In The U.S.

For a U.S. perspective on admission to U.S. law schools we invite you to read lessons 11 and 12 below.

Lesson 11 - U.S. Law School Admissions

Lesson 12- Law School Applications - A U.S. Perspective

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