My name is John Richardson. I live in Toronto, Canada. I am a lawyer and have been involved in Toronto LSAT preparation courses for many years (sometimes as a business and sometimes as a hobby). LSAT Canada is the same as the LSAT in most of the rest of the world. If you are looking for Toronto LSAT tutoring Toronto or Toronto LSAT prep courses please contact me.
Upcoming Toronto LSAT Course Dates:
October 3, 2015 LSAT
Two Weekend LSAT Prep Course Toronto:
August 1, 2, 8, 9/15
You have a lot at stake in both improving your LSAT score and maximizing your LSAT test score. You need to both:
Know what to do and be able to do what you know. You will have to train for the LSAT. Your training must include taking a large number of LSAT practice tests. (Obviously you must use actual LSAT prep tests for this purpose).
LSAT preparation has evolved over the years. In many ways, it is almost “open source”. The rise of social media sites (Facebook, Myspace, discussion boards, internet LSAT study groups, etc.), has made LSAT preparation very much a group activity. There is no one company, tutor or approach that is the right way to prepare for the LSAT. All courses and tutors have their strengths and weaknesses and make helpful contributions to LSAT preparation and law admissions. My goal is for this site to feature the contributions of LSAT teachers who are willing to share particularly helpful thoughts.
I originally created this site because of the the number of questions I received about “the best LSAT prep books, etc). I will post my thoughts on LSAT preparation. I will sometimes reference other sites. I also maintain a library of the best LSAT blog posts.
Although the number of LSAT takers is declining in North America, LSAT is expanding internationally. The LSAT has always been used for applicants to law schools in Canada. In fact, LSAT Canada is a big headache in the lives of Canadian pre-law students. It is now used for certain law schools in Australia and New Zealand. A special version – LSAT India – has been created.
Please make sure that you have a look at all the pages and links on this site. If you have a site that you would like to be added to the links (no guarantee) please email me.
Also, if you have a specific question that you would like me to try to answer (LSAT or otherwise), either post a comment here or send me an email:
prelawforum at gmail dot com
Finally, I would like to invite LSAT teachers, LSAT test takers or anybody else with an interest (can’t imagine who that might be) to contribute to this blog. You can do this in two ways:
1. By posting a comment on specific pages;
2. By suggesting additional links;
3. By actually writing “guest posts”
All are welcome and encouraged!