LAW 302 LSAT Review

3 credits

Provides students in all majors with the opportunity to think critically, strategically, and efficiently in order to understand the four multiple-choice type questions commonly found on the LSAT. Students will be required to take simulated LSAT exams, answer actual LSAT questions from recent examinations, and learn test-taking strategies. Students will also draft a well-written personal statement, suitable for inclusion in a law school application.

Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or better in LAW 210 or a 200-level writing course, and junior or senior status