DEKALBThe LSAT (Law School Admission Test) is required by all College of Law programs. The next administration of the LSAT is Feb. 7, 2004. Test takers receive scores on verbal and writing portions of the test. The review segments include reading comprehension, logical reasoning, analytical reasoning and writing sample.
The first session of the workshop will be Saturday, Jan. 10, and will run for two Saturdays, through Saturday, Jan. 24. Steven Johnson, director, External Programs for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, said, This workshop has been offered for the last several years on campus.
Many older and returning students take the review workshop, he said. The LSAT is an exam required for all colleges of law.
Johnson said the course is open to everyone and is good to take just as a general refresher.
Greg Anderson, who teaches the LSAT Refresher workshop, said he has been teaching the workshop four times a year. Anderson teaches the workshop at NIU in the Holmes Student Center.
All sessions will be held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2-6 p.m. The fee for the refresher workshop is only $445. If you are a full-time student or recent alumni, the fee is only $345. The fee is $385/$295 if registered by Jan. 2.
For information on the program, contact Office of External Programs, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at (815) 753-5200 or e-mail LASEP@niu.edu or visit the Web site at – http://WWW.NIU.EDU/CLASEP. To register by phone, call NIU Outreach at (815) 753-0277. NIU also offers review courses for the GRE, GMAT, ACT and the SAT in classroom formats as well as online.