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May 15th, 2010 at 12:16 pm

Is There A Lawyer In The House?

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One of the missions of Living My Big Dream is to help peopleĀ make their dreams come true. Changing or starting a new career is a common dream, especially in this economy.

If your dream is to become a lawyer you already know that you have many years of schooling ahead of you. You can also expect to have to take one of the most difficult tests I know of…the LSAT or law school admission test.

Years ago I enjoyed collecting study guides and working through them just to keep my mind sharp. I managed to find an old copy of a LSAT study guide. I was astonished by the depth and intensity of the material required.

I’m glad I’m not going to school for law but if you are I wouldn’t limit myself to a simple study guide to prepare for the LSAT.

Since the Internet is a wonderland of educational knowledge, I frequently search for new ways to learn new things. Recently I stumbled on what I find to be a great way to study LSAT prep. offers live and interactive classes as well as a fountain of resources for further study. While most LSAT prep courses cost around a thousand for a few months, Knewton’s full course is less than $700 for an entire year!

That price includes not only the live classroom time but also nearly 6,000 LSAT questions that you can use to create custom quizzes and 59 full-length practice tests. And just in case you need the pot sweetened a little, you can try the site out absolutely free for 7 full days and you’re guaranteed your money back if not satisfied.

But what if you don’t think you need a full year of studying? Or maybe your test is coming up next month and you don’t have the time for in-depth study. offers a “Cram Session” from now until the next test date in June for only $199.

If you are studying law or hope to study law in the future, I would highly recommend registering forĀ

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