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LSAT Prep Courses are No Sweat with Unique Approach Part One

Author: Tobias Ruth
Would you like to know a strategy that may just blow all the other LSAT prep courses out of the water? Are you interested in learning a unique way to help your child prepare early and nearly effortlessly to take the lsat test? Let me explain what I am doing with my own children. It is very satisfying and best of all, requires no nagging or pushing on my part. My children will have no difficulty at all with any future LSAT prep courses.

I recently read that certain mental aptitudes (or natural abilities) in people tend to influence the type of career or profession that they work in. For example, people who have an easy time with logical deduction and reasoning often end up in scientific and math fields, while those that have a natural capacity for language and verbal skill make for novelists or other writers.

But that wasn't the only profession they mentioned for people with verbal prowess. No, they also named lawyers. I found that highly interesting. Naturally, my mind went directly to the rather entertaining tv show Boston Legal, and to the one character who clearly stands out among all the other attorneys when it comes to delivering opening and closing statements and arguments in court: Alan Something-Or-Other, who is played by James Spader. I wonder if any LSAT prep courses have students study Alan in action.

So, knowing that young men and women who become highly capable in language and verbal areas become great candidates for the law profession, and knowing that such language skills are extremely helpful to develop in preparation for taking the LSAT, I have implemented a strategy that is allowing my ten and twelve year old to do exactly that, as a way to prepare them to successfully pass the LSAT exam.

What do I do? I pay them to write articles. That's it. It works like a charm. In part two, I explain why I do it, and how it helps them prepare for LSAT prep courses.About the Author:

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