The LSAT measures skills considered essential for success in law school. It does not test students on any specific studies. The three multiple-choice question types in the LSAT are Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games) and Logical Reasoning.
Our founder, Steve has been tutoring the LSAT since before he enrolled in law school himself (20 years ago)! As a Villanova Law school graduate, he knows that many students tend to trip up on the Logic Games section of the LSAT. Steve achieved a perfect score on the Logic Games portion of his test and challenges himself regularly by doing such puzzles in his limited spare time.
Steve scored a 42 (95th percentile) on the old LSAT scoring scale of 10 to 48.