Law School Admission Test (LSAT) Preparation
Doing Your Best on the LSAT
Preparing for success in every challenging section.
What's Special About Georgia State University's LSAT Test Prep Course?
Gain a great score on the LSAT exam by learning about the most current material covered on the exam. Each participant receives the acclaimed and completely revised workbook written by Dr. Cohen, Doing Your Best on the LSAT. The interactive class and work book combine to help you achieve understanding of the design of the exam and how to use this information to your advantage. The series of seven weekly classes is lively, engaging, and highly effective. First, you are given a diagnostic exam which quickly pinpoints your strong and weak areas. Then you are provided a list of resources for targeted help.
Gary B. Cohen, Ph.D., widely known as "Dr. Test Prep," is considered the South's premier test prep professional. He has been writing and lecturing on test preparation for more than 15 years and is known for his engaging and entertaining style. His books include Doing Your Best on the GMAT, Doing Your Best on the GRE and Doing Your Best on the LSAT and he has published articles on English, American Literature, and Critical Reasoning. Thousands of students have attended Dr. Cohen's courses; students who are now doctors, lawyers, engineers, MBAs, accountants, executives, and more. Dr. Cohen earned his Ph.D. and M.A. from Vanderbilt University, and B.A. from Hunter College, NYC.
Program participants will gain knowledge and skills for success with each section of the LSAT.
Analytical Section – The Games
- Gives you all the methods to solve every type of game on the exam and eliminate surprises
Logical Section – The Arguments
- Learn the most complete explanations for this section on the market today.
- Explains in detail all of the types of Logical Reasoning problems--with examples of each and the methods to solve every one.
Reading Comprehension Section – The Passages
- Learn four different methods to read better and understand every type of Reading Comprehension question often without reading entire passages
The LSAT Essay
- Shows how to write high-scoring essays by understanding what the graders measure and use our winning "templates" for virtually any essay question
Dates, Times, Locations
September 9 – October 21, 2018 (Sundays) 12:30 – 4:30 p.m.
College of Education & Human Development, room 150
September 11 – October 30, 2018 (Tuesdays) 5:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Petit Science Center, room 124
College of Education and Human Development
30 Pryor St. SE
Atlanta, GA 30303
Petit Science Center
100 Piedmont Ave. SE
Atlanta, GA 30303
Parking is available in several campus-operated parking decks for $7. More information »
$750 per person, standard registration fee (effective July 1, 2015)
Note: Fee covers tuition, books and materials, wireless Internet, and on-site IT support.
Please contact the Test Prep Academy at 404-413-7300 or via email at email@example.com.
"Dr. Cohen is awesome! Fantastic teacher! He's very patient and extremely knowledgeable. He puts the competition to shame!"
"This course is special because of the teacher's enthusiasm and willingness to help, even outside the classroom and by email when I need it."
"Dr. Cohen's LSAT test prep is a great value."
"GSU does a stellar job treating students, prospective students and alumni. Love the facilities."
"Best course for the money!"
"It was upbeat and energetic - There was not one thing that I did not like about this LSAT course."
"I liked all the examples and thorough explanations. I'm positive I will do much better on the LSAT this time around. – Bring it on!"
"Dr. Cohen teaches from experience. He is highly knowledgeable on the LSAT and goes to great length to ensure an understanding of the material."
"I recommend this course to others."