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Studying for the LSAT / Re: LSAT Study Group
« on: July 08, 2011, 04:51:15 PM »
Hello AJohns,

We hold LSAT programs in NYC for free. All you have to do is apply. If you like, visit our website: www.preprobono.com to look at our event schedule and apply.

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Hi Maximillion,

If you don't mind us asking, where do you live? We hold free LSAT programs so we might be able to help you study if you apply to one of our programs. Let us know. If this is not possible, we could talk about creating a good study regime for you.

Good luck!
-PreProBono

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Hello,

This is awesome! We would love to help out in your study group. Please feel free to visit our website:www.prepronono.com and our youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/lsatpingu if you need ideas on how to structure the study group. Also, feel free to contact us if you need any other type of advice.

Good luck!
-PreProBono

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Junior In College, Ready for LSAT?
« on: June 18, 2011, 03:43:14 PM »
Hello! I will recommend to start studying to take your LSAT next summer. You do not want to leave it for Senior Year, you are going to have tons of things to focus on and you do want to dedicate as much time as you can to LSAT preparation. How busy are you this summer? You might want to dedicate as much time as you can during this summer to focus on the areas you have difficulties with and target other areas over the school year. Is this something totally new for you, or have you given some time to prepare already?

Message us privately if you have any questions.  If you like take a look at our website, we have the curriculum we teach at our classes up and videos explaining some areas of the LSAT.

Good Luck!
 
PreProBono
website: www.preprobono.com

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Discouraging Diagnostic Score
« on: May 31, 2011, 06:44:39 PM »
Hi Eco!

It's nice to see that you have a set vision on how to utilize your law degree. As far as the LSAT, you need to take your time to prepare for it. It's good that you took a diagnostic test but don't get discouraged by the score, remember that it's based on your current knowledge and that can improve with practice.

As far as how we can help you...we have the curriculum we teach at our classes on our website and it's available for free. You can access it whenever you want. You can also contact us with questions or message us privately if you need any further advice...

Hope this helps!

Good Luck!

-PreProBono
http://preprobono.wordpress.com/

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Tampa Bay LSAT Study Group
« on: May 27, 2011, 04:52:09 PM »
Hi Guys!

Congratulations on wanting to get together and form a study group for the LSAT. We all know the saying: Practice Makes Perfect. With that, please feel free to visit our website:[url]http://preprobono.wordpress.com/url] and use the material we have uploaded at your convenience. It's the curriculum we teach at our classes. Also, feel free to contact us if you need any advice on how to start studying. Contact us with any questions or comments.

Good Luck!
-PreProBono

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Struggling with Logical Reasoning
« on: May 27, 2011, 04:40:17 PM »
Hi rcatmullnv!

If you have time review the logical reasoning section of the curiculum we posted on our website :http://preprobono.wordpress.com/2011/05/17/the-curriculum/#more-705. Here you will find helpful steps and examples on how to approach the questions.  You are welcome to message us privately if you have any comments or questions.

Good luck!

-PreProBono

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Hi dkang7,

Glad to see that you are trying to get a study group going. If it helps you in any way, we have the curriculum we teach at our LSAT classes on our website. It's up there for free, so you can utilize it to your convenience. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Good Luck!

-PreProBono
http://preprobono.wordpress.com/

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Improving on a 165
« on: May 13, 2011, 11:24:08 AM »
Hi marcdagr8,

Can you give us an example of what you consider a difficult question?
We might be able to help you by uploading an answer to an specific question.

You are totally right on the logic games part. Practice makes perfect, so keep going! If it helps you in any way, we have uploaded on our website logic games from pretests 35-62 and we are continuing to build on. In the videos, you will find a full explanation on how to solve the game. If you have any games in particular that you are finding difficult to understand, we might have it up for you or you can let us know.

Good luck!

PreProBono
http://preprobono.wordpress.com/

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Hi Laschoolin,

Studying for the LSAT can be very frustrating when you have to work at the same time (especially full-time).

However, do not lose confidence in yourself. I agree that contacting an experienced LSAT instructor can be helpful, and with that WE might be able to help.

What do I mean with this?

We offer you a solution to the difficulties posed by LR questions.

Our approach: In the LR section you should be able to translate the language in which the question is written to a language that you understand (in logical terms). This will allow you to grasp the question at its core and therefore, you will be able to move smoothly by.

When you have time I encourage you to visit our website and look through our Logical Reasoning curriculum. We have posted for FREE step-by-step instructions. We teach you how to translate these questions for a better understanding, it is in you to follow the method and master it. Remember "practice makes perfect".

Best,
PreProbono
http://preprobono.wordpress.com/2011/04/13/the-curriculum/#more-705

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