About the Course
Our trainers come from much enriched backgrounds that include Real Test Takers & some truly versatile people.
Real stuff from horse’s mouth:
Achievers Point train a large number of students not only in classroom session but also through correspondence and online tutoring. Our each student get interface with the real questions which have appeared in exams recently, because each day many of our students appear in examination. If anyone encountered any unfamiliar questions next day the similar questions will be taken with all students of our class in the form of class quiz.
Performance Monitored !
We monitor your performance during the prep though numerous test & class exercises. Every SCORE is marked on “Mentors Daily Report” sheet. That goes under the eyes of your chief mentor.
Chief Mentor on SMS:
If you face a problem during the course contact our MD on SMS anytime, on the number displayed on notice board at every centre.
We give personal attention & strike a chord with all our candidates as it was the case during the ancient "Gurukul".
For Each class we go through “Feedback Sheet” which makes sure we deliver exactly what we PROMISE.
Topics CoveredLogical reasoning:
The LSAT contains two logical reasoning (LR) sections, commonly known as "arguments", designed to test the taker's ability to dissect and analyze arguments. LR sections each contain 24–26 questions. Each question begins with a short argument or set of facts.
The LSAT contains one reading comprehension ("RC") section consisting of four passages of 400–500 words, and 5–8 questions relating to each passage. Complete sections contain 26–28 questions. Though no real rules govern the content of this section, the passages generally relate to law, arts and humanities, physical sciences, or social sciences.
The current LSAT contains one analytical reasoning section, which is referred to colloquially as the "logic games (LG)" section. One section contains four "games" falling into a number of categories including grouping, matching, and ordering of elements. Each LG section has 22–24 questions.
Unscored Variable section:
The current test contains one experimental section which Law Services refers to as the "Variable section". It is used to test new questions for future exams. The performance of the examinee on this section is not reported as part of the final score.
The writing sample appears as the final section of the exam. The writing sample is presented in the form of a decision prompt, which provides the examinee with a problem and two criteria for making a decision.
Who should attendPeople applying for Overseas Law Education in any country where LSAT is required.
Pre-requisitesWhich country require LSAT score for Law Education purpose.
What you need to bringN/A
Key TakeawaysScore 140 to 160 Plus is for Law course in Top Colleges in any Country