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You are registered for our LSAT Test Prep Course

Here’s What Comes Next:

  1. Submit your answers to the June 2007 practice test. If you haven’t taken the test yet, you can find it online here. For most accurate results, please print out the test and take it on paper.
  2. Make sure that you strictly time each section and that you go straight from section 1 to section 2, then take a 10-15 minute break and then complete the remaining two sections back to back, with no break in between. Take the test in a quiet place where you won’t be interrupted.
  3. You can begin reviewing the June 2007 explanations at any time after you’ve completed the test. The LSAT is very pattern-based, so take your time and carefully review all of the explanations, even for the questions you got right.
  4. Within a week, you will receive your detailed test report. (This takes a little time, as our Director of Education provides personalized recommendations for each student.)
  5. You will soon receive a copy of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V (PTs 62-71) for use with the course. Much of the material in this book is the subject of specific assignments, so please don’t start working in the book.
  6. You should not begin work on the course materials until you have taken the diagnostic test, submitted your responses and taken the time to review the explanations in detail.
  7. You can navigate the course from the Course Outline (also located in the menu) and the course pages will track your progress
  8. At any time before or during the course, you may post questions about the LSAT or your course materials in our forums. Please read the forum rules before posting.

Please Note: While every student works at his or her own pace, there is a limit to how much work in a single day or sitting is productive. You can’t “cram” for the LSAT. Generally speaking, 2-3 hours per day is optimal. Any time you find yourself feeling fuzzy, having to re-read, etc., you are probably doing more harm than good. Take a break!

*Amazon is fulfilling the book order and we have no control over the shipment. If you have not received the book within the specified time above, please contact us at support@foundationstestprep.com.

IF YOU HAVEN’T RECEIVED YOUR TEST REPORT VIA EMAIL WITHIN 7 DAYS OF SUBMISSION, PLEASE CONTACT US.
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Welcome to LSAT Jump Start!

Here’s What Comes Next:

  1. If you would like a personalized analysis of your strengths and weaknesses with recommendations for maximizing your score improvement, Submit your answers to the June 2007 practice test. If you haven’t taken the test yet, you can find it online here. For most accurate results, please print out the test and take it on paper. Make sure that you strictly time each section and that you go straight from section 1 to section 2, then take a 10-15 minute break and then complete the remaining two sections back to back, with no break in between. Take the test in a quiet place where you won’t be interrupted.
  2. While we’re working on your personalized report (or, if you choose not to take advantage of the assessment), you can either jump right into the course material or begin reviewing the June 2007 explanations.
  3. At any time before, during or after the course, you may post questions about the LSAT or your course materials in our forums and one of our veteran LSAT instructors will respond. Please read the forum rules before posting.

You will soon receive a copy of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V (PTs 62-71) for use with the course. Some of the material in this book is the subject of specific assignments, so please don’t start working in the book until your course materials direct you to the practice tests. There will be plenty of released content left over for your own practice!

Please Note: While every student works at his or her own pace, there is a limit to how much work in a single day or sitting is productive. You can’t “cram” for the LSAT. Generally speaking, 2-3 hours per day is optimal. Any time you find yourself feeling fuzzy, having to re-read, etc., you are probably doing more harm than good. Take a break!

*Amazon is fulfilling the book order and we have no control over the shipment. If you have not received the book within seven days, please contact us at support@foundationstestprep.com.

IF YOU HAVEN’T RECEIVED YOUR TEST REPORT VIA EMAIL WITHIN 3 BUSINESS DAYS OF SUBMISSION, PLEASE CONTACT US.

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