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Why Enhanced Prep?

Many tutoring companies claim that they can help students increase their test scores, but very few can support those claims and almost none of them focus on a student's ultimate goal - getting into their dream school. Nowadays, it takes more than a single strong test score to get into college. Students have got to have the grades and the test scores and then some. At Enhanced Prep, we provide a truly customizable approach to tutoring, focusing on each student's specific needs. We match students with the right tutor who can help them study for a biology test one day and prep for their upcoming college entrance exam the next.
Top-Tier Tutors
Our professional tutors have a minimum of 5 years’ experience helping students get into their dream schools. Other leading services require as little as ½ a year’s experience.
No two students are the same. Enhanced Prep tutors create a unique game plan for each student following an assessment of their individual strengths and weaknesses.
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We bring students, parents, tutors and advisors together as a team to build student confidence throughout the process and share notes and recap videos after each session.

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How Enhanced Prep Maximizes Scores

Our learning model, the Three Pillars, helps students maximize their standardized test scores.


Every Enhanced Prep journey begins with a diagnosis of a student’s individual strengths and weaknesses. College entrance exams test a wide variety of concepts. We identify which concepts will be most valuable for students to focus on so they can maximize their accuracy on test day.



Enhanced Prep tutors will provide each student with different tips and tricks to help them save time on the test without sacrificing accuracy. Equipped with these strategies, students will be able to see a question and know the best approach to answer it and avoid pesky test traps.


Game Plan

So, you’ve mastered the content of the test and you know how to approach the different kinds of questions on the test. What’s next? Each student will receive a unique game plan detailing how much time they should spend on each section of the test, the order in which they should take the test and more!


How Enhanced Prep LSAT Tutors Help Test-Takers

Enhanced Prep is an elite, world-class tutoring service that uses a proven methodology and holistic approach to tutoring in order to help students get the grades, get the score and get into their dream school. How do we do that? By hiring professional tutors with a minimum of 5 years' experience. Our team has served tens of thousands of students across 22 countries, which only further speaks for the high standard that we hold ourselves to and the level of experience that we have in providing the most exceptional tutoring students can find. Our methods focus on the whole student, meaning we listen to input to address the student's most immediate needs. Using this information, tutors create a unique game plan for each student they serve, allowing them to determine what content needs the most attention and practice test-taking strategies that will work best for them before test day arrives. The results speak for themselves, with 95% of our students getting into their top-choice schools. So reach out to Enhanced Prep today, and let us guide you through your journey toward realizing your academic dreams.

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LSAT Tutoring at Enhanced Prep

When it comes to preparing for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), we're committed to providing professional and exceptional tutoring. We understand that the LSAT is a complex assessment to prepare for, and so each online LSAT tutor on our team comes to every session prepared to rise to this challenge. This means that in each of these sessions, an LSAT tutor from our team identifies the content that will be most crucial for their students to master, and will spend the appropriate amount of time preparing with them. Additionally, our LSAT tutors are well-equipped to determine the best test-taking strategies for each student's learning style. In this way, we can ensure that every one of our students is prepared not only to apply their subject-matter knowledge on test day but also to tackle the test format itself. Because of this holistic approach to online LSAT tutoring, families who use Enhanced Prep refer an average of 3 students based on their experience. If you're finding yourself in need of additional help as you study for your LSAT, reach out to our team and elevate yourself to where you need to be to succeed when test day arrives.

Structure of the LSAT

The LSAT comprises four timed selected-response sections that take 35 minutes each and assess three primary competencies essential for students to succeed in law school. The first is reading comprehension, which assesses whether candidates can effectively comprehend complex documents. This is accompanied by an analytical reasoning section, which tests the ability of students to understand connections and draw conclusions from them. Finally, students are assessed on their logical reasoning skills, meaning that they must be able to evaluate arguments. The fourth section of selected-response questions (often called the variable section) is unscored and used to evaluate new test questions. Students can also supplement these multiple-choice sections with an unscored writing test where they are asked to compose a well-structured written argument within 35 minutes. The prompts given require arguments to be made much in the way that they would be in law schools, thus assessing whether or not students are prepared to present such arguments.

The LSAT Exam

The LSAT, or Law School Admissions Test, is the most widely used exam for getting into law school. This assessment is generally taken by students who have completed some level of undergraduate studies, particularly prerequisites that provide them with the necessary argumentative and analytical skills to pass the exam and succeed in law school. Upon completing the LSAT, students can send their scores to schools they wish to attend for their law degrees. Candidates who achieve a competitive score can increase their chances of landing a spot at their top-choice law school. For prospective lawyers, Enhanced Prep can determine what strategies will work best for them to maximize their chances of getting a high score.

Frequently Asked Questions

How should I prepare for the LSAT?

When preparing to take the LSAT, the most important consideration is when to begin. Due to the advanced nature of the exam, we recommend beginning these preparations as early as possible to ensure adequate time to review critical materials and practice the necessary analytical skills before test day. This can be supplemented with LSAT help from our team of professional tutors to improve students' chances of achieving the scores they need. We can always ensure that every one of our students has the power of our whole team of online LSAT tutors behind them, ensuring that they have the best possible chance to succeed on test day.

Is the LSAT hard?

The LSAT assesses candidates' reasoning and comprehension capabilities in various forms, all of which require advanced analytical capabilities. The skills that are assessed can include:

  • Breaking down arguments and identifying flaws in them.
  • Understanding how sets of relationships are structured relative to one another and making determinations based on this.
  • Understanding the purpose, parts, and impacts of writing.

Additionally, the optional LSAT writing test can assess the student's ability to construct strong, cohesive statements about various topics.

How many times can I retake the LSAT?

Fortunately, for students who may not have performed at the level that they wished to on their test day, there are options to retake the LSAT. Specifically, the LSAT can be retaken up to seven times in a student's lifetime. Candidates are limited to three times per testing year (testing years begin in August), and no more than five times in a given calendar year plus the five years preceding it.We recommend reaching out for LSAT tutoring from Enhanced Prep during the time in between these attempts, as each of our tutors is prepared to help students determine what strategies will work best for them to maximize their chances.

What can I bring to the LSAT?

The LSAT is administered remotely to students and therefore requires that they have a quiet, well-lit space to take the exam and clearly view their proctor. This also means that a computer with a webcam and microphone is required, as is a good internet connection. Students must bring a valid, government-issued photo ID to show to their proctor before the commencement of the exam. Other items, including a writing utensil, paper, an eraser, earplugs, and a beverage, may also be present in the testing space. However, items like cell phones, electronics, earbuds, timers, or any other personal possessions are prohibited during the test.

How is the LSAT scored?

The LSAT is scored on a scale from 120 to 180. While no universal passing score is used for the LSAT, candidates will see in their score reports what percentile their score puts them in relative to others' scores, allowing them to understand whether or not their score is competitive. Furthermore, students' score reports include a score band into which they fall, which helps to account for any error in their scores from factors such as guessing on questions. In other words, the score band gives a range within which the actual skill level of a test-taker should fall if their actual score doesn't accurately reflect it.

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