Boise LSAT Prep Course
Plan now for LSAT® Prep Courses offered with 20 hours of classroom instruction plus two Official LSAT PrepTests (7 hours total)
July 23-30, August 6
Saturdays: July 23 and 30, August 6 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Weeknights: August 1, 2, 8, 9, and 11 from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Course Overview Link
The course structure begins with a pre-assessment Official LSAT® PrepTest, designed to help each student prioritize those topics (and sub-topics) most in need of attention. From there, the 20 hours of classroom instruction are also targeted to studying and practicing the areas most students need to work on. The course also builds in assignments and activities for students to do outside of class to support and maximize the work being done in class. Finally, a post-assessment Official LSAT® PrepTest at the end of the course provides each student a snapshot of how far they have progressed, and helps them plan the rest of their preparation. The end of the course is timed to give the student plenty of time to take additional practice tests, at a reasonable and productive pace, before the next administration of the actual LSAT®.
Location: Idaho Law and Justice Learning Center, 514 W. Jefferson, Boise, ID
Summer 2016: Rebekah Cudé, Director of Student Affairs – Boise, UI College of Law
Fee: $650 includes 20 hours of class instruction plus two Official LSAT PrepTests (7 hours), using materials from Cambridge Educational Services® and the LSAC. Fee includes class instruction, textbook, 10 Official LSAT PrepTests from the LSAC (including two simulated test administrations), diagnostic assessment reports and additional online resources.
Register: Pay by credit card online at Marketplace. Class sizes will be limited.
Cancellations: For the Summer 2016 course, cancellations received after July 15, 2016, will be subject to a $50 fee.
For more information contact: Elaine Kempton at (208) 364-4074 (Boise) or email@example.com
The fee for this class does not include registration to take the LSAT. To register for the LSAT test call (215) 968-1001 or visit the Law School Admission Council website.