Our LSAT Prep Course helps students develop the skills to navigate the LSAT successfully. The LSAT curriculum emphasizes strategic methods and helps students learn to analyze the test methodically and efficiently. This course offers complete LSAT preparation that goes beyond great classroom instruction and includes realistic practice exams, personalized score analysis, detailed individualized score reports, adaptable course materials, and personalized assignments. Designed for the serious law school candidate who is preparing to take the LSAT, this comprehensive exam preparation program is effective, convenient, and affordable. The course features high-quality instruction and up-to-date materials that focus on the question types, exam format, and strategies for enhancing exam performance. Course materials are included and will be given out on the first day of the course.
What You Will You Learn:
• Improve reading comprehension and logical reasoning skills to master the LSAT exam
• Identify and use the best techniques for navigating complex Logic Games
• Take a pre and post-practice test to evaluate and improve exam readiness
• Develop skills to navigate the LSAT successfully
• Learn to methodically and efficiently approach LSAT questions
• Develop and practice time management skills to improve exam results
Anyone who is preparing to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT).
No prerequisites required.
Dr. Michael Jaworski (Logical Reasoning)
Dr. Jaworski earned a BA in Philosophy from Bowling Green State University and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Ohio State University. His experience teaching at the post-secondary level began in 2002 as a graduate student at Ohio State University. In addition to OSU, he has also taught at Ohio University-Pickerington and has been a full-time faculty member at UTPA/UTRGV since Fall 2007. He possesses extensive academic experience in the areas of logic, critical thinking, and ethics. In 2016, he began teaching the logical reasoning component of the UTRGV Law School Preparation Institute.
Mr. Shoney Flores (Reading Comprehension & Logic Games)
Shoney Flores received his Master’s in Fine Arts with a concentration in Creative Writing from the University of Texas-Pan American in 2009. His teaching experience includes positions as an English tutor, substitute teacher, graduate teaching assistant, and university lecturer since 2009, where he has taught courses in writing, composition, rhetoric, literature, and reading.
Note: If you are applying for the Continuing Education Private Loan to cover the registration fee for a non-credit continuing education program, then please use the UTRGV Continuing Education School Code: 003599. The loan amount you note in the application cannot exceed the open enrollment fee noted on our website. The minimum for the loans must be $500.00. Some service charges may apply.
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McAllen Course Information
McAllen Teaching Site* (review "notes" section below for further details)
Dr. Michael Jaworski
Mr. Shoney Flores
* Until further notice, due to COVID-19 restrictions, in-class courses will be primarily offered via Zoom. However, we will allow up to 6 participants in the classroom on a first-come, first-served basis.
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