Penn State Law offers LSAT prep course in Philadelphia
December 12, 2012
Penn State Law is offering individuals in the Philadelphia-area who plan to take the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), a two-day course designed to help generate better results. LSAT expert, lawyer, and former professor Dr. James Yoho has put together a program that focuses on giving students the tools to handle the various types of questions and strategies for maximizing test preparation. More than 11,000 students have taken the course.
The LSAT preparation course will be held at Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 13th and Market Streets, Philadelphia, PA on Saturday, January 26 and Sunday, January 27, 2013. Included with the class will be lunch both days, as well as a student panel and admissions presentation. The course fee is typically $400, but is available through Penn State Law for $100.
Yoho has taught at colleges and universities (including law schools) for more than 13 years and has taught LSAT test preparation courses since 1996 at the request of schools such as La Salle, St. Joseph’s, Centre d’Études Franco-Américain de Management (Lyon, Fr.), Rutgers, Emory, Marist, Binghamton, and Temple, in addition to Penn State. He holds a law degree from the University of Illinois and a doctorate in government from the University of Virginia. Well-published in law, political science, and test preparation, his principal research interests are in the areas of American constitutional law, interest groups, and the strategic dynamics of standardized tests.
Capacity for this program is 100 students. Registration deadline is January 14, 2013. Students can register online.