Cornell's Center for Law and Society offers a comprehensive LSAT prep course for all students interested in taking the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). The course runs during the spring semester between blocks 5 and 8. Sessions are approximately two hours each. The three scored sections of the LSAT are covered as part of the course: reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, and logical reasoning. Additionally, the unscored writing sample section of the exam is also reviewed. Students enrolled in the prep course also take three practice LSAT exams using recently released exams from LSAC.
The LSAT prep course is offered at a reduced rate to Cornell students as part of the Center for Law and Society. Included in the cost of the course are all of the textbook materials and the practice LSAT exams.
OBJECTIVE and OUTCOMES
The purpose of the Cornell College LSAT preparation program is to enable students to be successful on the Law School Admission Test. Through intentional and expert instruction, students will:
- Identify their individual areas of strength on the examination
- Identify their individuals areas for improvement on the examination
- Develop strategies to build upon their strengths and minimize their weaknesses
- Become more comfortable with the overall content and structure of the LSAT