Welcome To The LSAT Study Group – Richardson Prep Centre
Bulletin: If you are taking the LSAT and are looking for LSAT Preparation Courses in Toronto:
Our Mastering The LSAT – “Prep Unlimited” Course for the October 6, 2012 LSAT starts on the following dates:
– Saturday July 21
– Saturday July 28
– Saturday August 18
– Saturday August 25
– Saturday September 15
– Saturday September 22
Course participants pay one fee and are invited to participate in any and all: LSAT prep classes, LSAT practice testing sessions and Law School Admissions Seminars until October 4, 2012.
This site goes with our Facebook LSAT Study Group Page. If you are not a fan, you are invited to become one.
This site also goes with our Facebook LSAT Study Group. If you are not a member, then you are invited to become one.
If you are specfically interested in the best LSAT prep books and courses, you are encouraged to visit this site.
The LSAT Study Group is to help you network with people who are:
– taking the LSAT
– considering taking the LSAT
– tutoring the LSAT
– interested in the LSAT (is this possible)
The LSAT Study Group is using Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/lsatstudygroup).
Twitter is a free service that will let you keep in touch with and exchange information about one topic: how can you improve your LSAT score? All posts from this set will also be distributed via Twitter. In order to keep in touch: join Twitter now!
About Your Host:
My name is John Richardson. I have taught LSAT courses (on and off) for almost 30 years. As you can see, I find the LSAT quite interesting. I also have a number of mainstream interests which include “online communities.” For me the “LSAT Study Group” is a way to try to combine some of these interests. I have also been a lawyer for about as long as I have taught LSAT courses. You can find more information about me and the LSAT preparation courses that I teach at http://lawschoolbound.wordpress.com
What I Would Like To Do With This Blog
This site is a blog. In other words, I (and perhaps others) will write posts. I invite you to write comments about my posts. There is no one way to do LSAT questions and I invite and welcome additional points of view. I would also like to invite experienced LSAT tutors to write comments and posts for this blog. Feel free to comment after any post. Or if you are interested in writing something more extensive, please contact me.
During the next few weeks I will post odds and ends of things about the LSAT and the law admissions process. But, I would prefer if I were answering specific questions about the test in general, specific LSAT questions, etc. You will be able (and I encourage you to) comment on my posts. You can contact me at:
– lsatstudygroup [at] gmail dot com
– the LSAT Study Group Facebook group
simply leave a comment on one of the pages of this blog.
Project LSAT – A Comprehensive LSAT Wiki
My longer term goal is to bring together LSAT teachers, tutors, test takers and anybody else who is interested to create a free, comprehensive, online LSAT Preparation Wiki. So, I am putting out a call to anybody and everybody who is interested. I don’t have the time to do this by myself.
As Ronald Reagen used to say: “We can accomplish anything, if we don’t care who gets the credit!”
Feel free to contribute at:
Free LSAT Prep Seminars
If you are in Ontario, you can take advantage of a series of my free LSAT prep seminars.
Find A Study Buddy – Join An LSAT Study Group
Please use the Facebook Group to find a study buddy or study group. If you form a Study Group in a particular location, let me know, and I will post it this blog.
LSAT Tutors – Make Your Existence Known
I know that LSAT tutors are members of my Facebook groups. Let me know who you are. Part of this blog will have an LSAT tutor directory. Please contact me if you want to be included.